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Could I be pregnant?

By March 12, 2017 - 7:18pm
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My boyfriend and I had sex using a condom on Feb 11, 2017. The condom broke and we didn't realize until after the fact. I was on day 4 of my 3-4 day period and was hardly spotting at that point (I have a fairly regular cycle, just extreme pms symptoms like: severe cramps, nausea, irritability, and bloating, and then 3-4 days of heavy bleeding that tapers into spitting.) I took a version of plan b that was $10 cheaper (same ingredient as plan b) 30-40 minutes later. I experienced spotting for maybe a week longer, the blood getting brighter as the week progressed. We had sex again around the 23rd of Feb where the condom broke and again, I took the $10 cheaper version of plan b 30 mins after. I didn't experience spotting then. I have not started my period yet, but it's been smelling like period down there for the past week, I've been experiencing pretty severe cramps off and on for the past 5 days or so, as well as bloating and unusual/irrational irritability (like when I am pms-ing). Usually, when I eperience cramps like these, my period starts that day or the next, but no show. I have been under quite a bit of stress lately, but also for the past 2 days, (so far) occasionally when I wipe there is a very light brownish-red-pink discharge. Looked it up and read up on implantation bleeding and now am severely worried. Many sources did say that I shouldn't be having severe cramps if it's implantation bleeding so I want to be hopeful, but I'm still scared. Any words of wisdom?

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