i STARTED what i think was my period june 24,2012..it went away for about a week until July 7,2012.. during the time i wasnt bleeding (the whole week) me and my boyfriend were having unprotected sex. it started very light pink for about 3 days with some speckles of dark red clots, then it turned to dark red/brown and its at about a medium flow , this morning now day 5 of bleeding I woke up and passed a golf ball sized clot and ever since this morning everytime i go to the bathroom it seems like i let out a clot && then the bleeding slows down.. i called my doctor and made an appointment for friday (tomorrow) . Am i pregnant and theres something wrong?? Has anyone else had something like this happen?? Pleaseee I need answers!
Im only 21 this would be my first baby. IM SOO SCARED!
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