I might be pregnant but I have bleeding that isn't my period, should I see a doctor?
A week ago I had unprotected sex, I am not on the pill so I am a bit worried that I could be pregnant (I'm not trying) but the thing is, it happened on the last day of my period. Which I was told makes it pretty unlikely that I am pregnant because I wouldn't have been ovulating.
So I had unprotected sex the last day of my period, and everything has been fine all week since then, until last night. I started bleeding down there. It is not too heavy but there is still some bleeding tonight as well. I know its not my period, because I have a regular cycle.
Could I be pregnant? And if so, does the bleeding mean something has gone wrong?
I am going to take a pregnancy test tomorrow, but any help or advice would be very appreciated...
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