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My period came on, on the 2nd & went off of the 6th then i had unprotected sex on the 9th then my period haf came on 2 weeks later but usually wen my period comes on its very painful & heavy but this time wen it had came on it was light & i barely noticed it. It was so light that i could where a pad all day if i wanted to but wen it had came on it was a week early then usual what does that mean? Now its the 4th and m period ( which usually starts on the 2nd hadnt came on)
Hi! If you were my patient, I would definitely recommend a pregnancy test. Whenever there is "unusual" bleeding I check a test. What you are describing could definitely be implantation bleeding. It could also be just an "off" cycle too. Do a test now and repeat in a week if negative and if no period starts. Good luck! Dr B
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