Okay I'm 17 years old and I've been with my boyfriend for 2 years and he is 22, I'm not on birth control and my periods are usually messed up but my period in January really wasn't a period I bled for like one day and it was very light, I really didn't get to worried and now I have like a brownish/ pink spotting when I wipe occasionally this has only happened 2 times in the past 2 days but I've been having mild cramping and a lower back ache as well and I have been urinating a lot more frequently than usual ...opinions please ???View Thread
Could the spotting be implantation bleeding ? I don't wanna take a test right now because I don't want to freak my boyfriend out but if I miss my period that's suppose to be coming I'm gonna test.View Thread
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