Ok, this same thing happened to me just 2 days ago. I'm about 6 weeks pregnant. And this was the first time I had sex since I've found out. When I climaxed I noticed there was blood and I got scared because I've already had 2 miscarriages last year and this is my third try and I don't want to lose the baby again. Anyways, I went to the bathroom and cleaned up. After that I've had slight cramping and very light spotting. I was told this is normal and after reading everyone's stories I see it's happened to other women but, I don't know I'm just scared. My husband keeps assuring me its completely normal to bleed like this as long as its not heavy and consistently flowing. It's just on tissue when I wipe. It hasn't shown up on my pad at all. I'm confused... Am I still pregnant or have I lost my baby for the third time in a row? Please help!View Thread
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