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Implantation bleeding or period?

By Anonymous December 30, 2009 - 12:29pm
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I am 30. Unprotected intercourse for well over a year with my fiance. I normally have a horrid monthly cycle. I normally have a lot of bleeding, clotting, pain etc... So which brings me to my question.. Night before last when I wiped I had a pink cervical mucous. Then yesterday I started spotting brown blood and this has carried over into today. There is not enough to wear more than a pantyliner. There has been a small amount of red colored blood but the only time i ever have it is after i use the bathroom and it is on the t.p. I do have some mild and I mean very mild cramping. I have not felt hungry in a couple days as well and my norm is to really feel starving by now. My period is not due until Saturday and Today is Wednesday. I am normally a 28-29 day on the dot. Actually usually in the middle of the night between the 28 and 29 day. So this would mean all this started 6-7 days before my cycle was even due. I don't know if it is implantation or what?? Its not just a spot but its not a normal flow? Any body with similar situations?

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No not really trying, but also we do not try to prevent. We have had unprotected sex for over a year and nothing. I have been checked and I seem to be fine. This is a strange happening for me. I mentioned before, its is not a flow, but it is also not like a small spot that happened once. It is a spotting that continues about every few hours, if that helps any?

December 30, 2009 - 1:56pm
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