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can implantation blood fill a pad

By Anonymous January 21, 2014 - 12:53am
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Me and my partner had foreplay on the 4th, one of my fertile days, for sometime he did not have his pants on but he ejaculated only pre ejaculatory fluid as soon as I noticed his pants were not on that is 5 minutes later he removed them I asked him to wear them back, my period has started on its normal due date but its not clotty and thick as usual it filled my pad(XL) within 15 hours is this implantation bleeding? I also vomited the day after my periods started. I couldn't sleep through the night due to anxiety about being pregnant. I feel the vomit was due to that. Am I pregnant?

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I had sex on 9/1 and again 9/5. I'm on birth control, however; I got my period on time but it was very odd. My period is usually 6 full days and very heavy. I had one day for a couple hours that was very heavy with blood clots and the rest of the days were very light and barely filling a pad. Could I be pregnant?

September 30, 2017 - 7:03pm
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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  If the bleeding was heavy, that is not implantation bleeding.  It might be your period. Pregnancy can only occur with unprotected intercourse during a woman's fertile days. Hope this was helpful?



January 21, 2014 - 5:35am

Thats your period, if it is heavy then it is not implantation bleeding. Implantation is usually just spotting and not thick at all. You might barely need a pad.
How many days did your period last? if as usual then do not worry at all. Some months it might be lighter and vice versa.
You also didn't mention the he ejaculated inside you!
You can take a home pregnancy test to ease your mind.

Good luck and you guys should use protection next time.

January 21, 2014 - 2:51am
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