I've been having "miracle" periods for about 4 years now. I'm not using any hormones and can still time AF down to a few hours. My cycle is always 26 days with my only PMS symptoms being cravings and some bloating. Through the last 2 years, I have not been very careful when it comes to intercourse, but I have never become pregnant or had any issues with my cycle. This month AF is 2 days early which has never happened before. I did have unprotected intercourse around the time of ovulation. I'm trying to figure out if I'm having implantation bleeding. I've done extensive research on it and this seems to be an "early period" because my flow I heavy with some clotting. How likely is it to have "heavy" implantation bleeding? Has this happened to anyone else, and what was your result?View Thread
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