Hi everyone this is my first time posting so please bare with me!
so my period was 4 days late then about 6pm tonight i started bleeding a very light and thin blood with discharge mixed in. it was kinda pinkish and brownish and just strange. my periods are always heavy and dont feel this weird. i am having tiredness, sickness, headache, tender breast, very emotional, and mild cramping but its a kind ive never had. my last period started on September 7th and ended on September 13th and the 13th was one of the two times I had unprotected sex. the other time was on October 2nd. it is the 11th of october and like i stated before I started bleeding very very little and I think its possiblely stopping. I did take a hpt on Oct. 5th because I started having pregnancy symptoms but it was neg. has anyone had a similar problem and can tell me how it worked out for them?
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