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Implantation bleeding?

By December 13, 2013 - 10:21pm
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My boyfriend and I had sex on Friday November 29 which was the day before my period started. I am on the pill and have been taking it on time except that I did miss on but took it the next morning sometime in the middle of November. We did use a condom as well, I did notice however, that the condom was sort of slipping around on him but it didn't rip or fall off during intercourse. My period came on time and was a normal period for me in every way and ended Thursday December 5. Just today I was fingered by my boyfriend and noticed a couple of hours later that I had a tiny smudge of blood come from my vagina. It wasn't dark, just a light pink. He thinks it could be that he might have scraped the inside tissue of my vagina doing this, I'm a little worried it might be inplantation bleeding but it can't be, can it? We hadn't had sex in the entire month of November except that one time and we haven't had intercourse since. Am I overreacting? What could it be?

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Hi Emily B,

Thank you for your question. It would be my guess that he possibly scraped the inside of you to cause the blood. The inside of the vagina is very sensitive and it seems to be since he was touching you, this may be the culprit. If you are concerned about pregnancy, you could always take a pregnancy test to settle your concerns.

I hope this helps.


December 14, 2013 - 8:35am
(reply to Anonymous)

I'm not really concerned about pregnancy, I suppose I was just asking for an opinion about the possibility/probability of pregnancy in this case. What is your opinion?

December 16, 2013 - 10:42am
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