Hi everyone, I am very confused as to what is going on with my body right now. i had my last af on August 4th and on August 25th i had unprotected sex, he used the pull out method but we did it more than once that day and his precum might have had semen from his previous ejaculation. The next day my nipples started to hurt a bit but i thought nothing of it. As the days went by my boobs just got worse and worse even my bra hurt me and it felt like they were on fire. I started to think i was pregnant and i guess I made myself feel symptoms like Nausea and and certain smells bothered me but then i thought wait I cant be feeling symptoms this early its only been like four days. So i stopped thinking about it and sure enough I felt fine afterwards. The only thing is that my boobs still hurt pretty bad. They also grew a bit. On August 5th I started to get really bad cramps, and spotting light brown stuff it didnt look like blood. Then it turned into bright orange looking blood and after it turned red. It wasnt too heavy kind of light actually. The next day it got pretty heavy like a normal period. Today it is very light again oh and my boobs dont hurt as much but they are still bigger, i can tell right away cause my boobs are small and now it looks like i actually have boobs. Anyway im wondering if this could be implantation bleeding or is it all in my head? Its been 13 days since unprottected sex and im going nuts here!View Thread
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