My girlfriend told me today that she had spotting instead of her period two days ago.
She is on the yasmin birth control pill (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) and is consistent in taking them every day. She tells me that she has never spotted instead of having her period.
We had sex without a condom on Monday, she took an active pill on Monday, no active pill on Tuesday, and expected to begin her period on Wednesday. However she experienced spotting and now that its Friday we are both nervous that it might be pregnancy.
I've heard that implant bleeding usually happens 6-7 days after sex, and i'm curious how likely is it that my girlfriend is pregnant.
well doesn't sound like she'd be pregnant then. Have you guys had unprotect sex besides monday in the last 16 days? If it was around sept 29 to oct 3rd ish that the unprotected sex too place it'd be more likely to be pregnant. But not monday.
but i'd tell her to take a test. since her period was a spotting.... You would know because it would come up positive if she was
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