i am just worried about this little spotting i am encountering 8 days before my period (which is this day). i am sexually active and we just had our last sex with my boyfriend yesterday and we both had an orgasm. i am really worried if this spotting is a sign of pregnancy. we didn't use any contraceptives.. i hope u could cite possible causes of spotting and if it is a sign of pregnancy. the spot color is red but with cervical mucus. i don't know if its just an early period or if i am pregnant... :(
if you had intercourse before you noticed it. It could have just been irration from that. If you had intercourse several days PRIOR to noticing the spotting it COULD be implantation bleeding. If your period does not show up on time, take a home pregancy test.
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