My last menstrual period began on the 5th March so should have ovulated around 19th. Had intercourse (withdrawal method) on the 19th and began having some cramping and pink blood loss yesterday even though my period isnt due for another week and im usually very regular. Since the 20th my breasts have been extremely sore too. I realise the withdrawal method is not a very effective form of contraception but it has worked for the past 8 years and if I was pregnant it would be a happy surprise anyway.
My question is, does this sound like implantation bleeding and could my breasts be sore so soon? I took one PT on day of bleed which was negative, the blood loss has now stopped.
Hi, I've had the same symptoms as you, also took a test and it too was negative. Difference is I'm on the pill and have been for nearly 10 years so I'm a little confused. Think it's a waiting game at the min to see if our periods come. Good luck!
Well today there is a little more blood there, only when I wipe, so I guess it cant be an implantation bleed. I usually have a 35day cycle, if this is my period then its coming 10 days earlier than usual, strange.
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