Okay I am 18 and have been sexually active with the same person since November. It's been unprotected and my period has been regular. In march my period was late but it came and well April passed. I had sex on Tuesday April 27 and by that Friday morning when I went to bathroom and wiped I was spotting I figured I was going to start since I started around that time in march but for 2 days nothing! Just brown discharge and a lil spotting. I have not gotten my period and we are already going on the 3rd week of may l. What is going on?
You could be pregnant which is common considering You're having unprotected sex with Your partner. Spotting can be common in early pregnancy and for some people throughout pregnancy. I would suggest going to your doctor and having a test done or buying a home pregnancy test and doing it yourself. Best of Luck
Yeppers, you could be pregnant, either do a Home pregnancy test OR go to your GP for a blood test as these are more accurate, with a pregnancy test make sure you use the first wee of the day as it is stronger :)
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