I have irregular periods, but my last period was Dec 10-15, 2012. I had UNprotected sex on Dec 25 and Jan 1. I lightly spotted (pinkish/brownish) from Jan 4-6. Never had any spotting in my life, ever. Even with my first pregnancy. I had taken MANY HPTs and they were all negative. Could I still be pregnant? Normally I wouldn't be so confused but the spotting is totally throwing me off. Any advice would be helpful! Thank you!
Not enough information for me to answer.. compare
It with my knowledge of implantation bleeding & go from
there and call ur doctor. :)
-Occurs 6-12days after intercourse
-Light pink/brown/red spotting
-spotting last 1-3 days.( call Dr if more than 3)
-Followed by a little cramping in some cases but
Not all cases.
-High body temperature (higher than normal
Not exactly a fever)
Hope this helps! :)
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