I'm very confused.. Me and my fiance have been trying to get pregnant for some time now.. We had sex on the 1st (April) and my period was scheduled to come on the 16th. A week before my period came I was feeling nauseous, dizzy, tender/sore breast, headches, sleeping lots, etc. Then on the 15th something like a period came except it was much too light to be a normal period of mine... I have a blood deficiency called Vaughnwilabrans, which causes my blood not to clot correctly so I bleed extremely heavy on my period.. this period was extremely light and only lasted 3 and a half days basically 4. And my normal periods are usually 5 to 6 days.. so I'm wondering could this be implantation bleeding or just a light period...?
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