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What's up with my period :(

By February 12, 2016 - 4:34am
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I have been on contraception *Cilest pill* from September till January 2015. I have decided to put my contaception aside not only due to horrible breakouts but also wanted to give my body a break in order to be able to get pregnant. So after putting aside the pills on the 9th of January I had my period (withdrawal bleeding) on the 11th and it lasted 5 days. It was a normal period with a proper flow. No suspicions. Since then I had unprotected sex. I was hoping for the best. I began being constipated, bloated, having lower back pain and breast tenderness but I also considered that to be period symptoms ( but I have tested twice anyway with clearblue and it all came out negative .. I have tested 3 days before my expected period. I have tested on the 2nd of February) My breats stopped being sore .. That's when I knew my period should arrive up to a week time. Unfortunately according to my period calculator, my period should of arrive on the 6th of Feb and it's the 12th now and my period isn't here. I'm feeling period cramping, as well as I did have some constipations which went away. However cramping and ovarian pain is still coming and going. Last night me and m partner had sex. He was going in quite deep and after we have finished having sex i realised there was a bright red blood after I used a baby wipe. I was thinking maybe my period will finally arrive, but I was wrong. I'm still not bleeding. Like its either stuck inside of me or that was an implanation bleeding. Please any suggestion ?

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