Ive had unprotected sex twice this month a week apart. the last time of sex, 3 days later..My period came on early, it came on 6 days before expected date. the first day ive seen spotting, the second and third day I've had heavy bleeding. the 4th 5th and 6th day it went back to light/spotting. It stopped on the 6th day. my expected date for my period was the next day(7),the next day came and i showed no signs of bleeding.... So basically i has 2days of heavy bleeding and 4days of spotting. I'm not sure of what's going on, I never spot....HELP PLEASE!!View Thread
Maybe... But I've had read on different site, where's women's have bleed during there pregnancy, ith out it being anything serious...it is possible but very rare.. Every one is different, but I was wondering if anyone on here could relate to my weird period...lol.. I always had a normal period..I will look out to see if i get one this month..View Thread
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