Hello everyone, My name is tia and I'm 20 years old...my boyfriend and I had sex jan 1-4th unprotected at least 3 times a day maybe more (wasnt counting). Then he had to go back to school, but he came back feb. 14-19th and again we had sex daily 4 to 5 times a day unprotected. Prior to him coming the second time, i got my menstrual feb. 10-14th which was kinda heavy but then again lighter than usual. We were able to have sex on the 14th which was the last day of my period. Since then I have been having really bad backaches in my lower back. Could I be pregnant? If so, could what I mistaked as my period really have been implantation bleeding?
Implantation bleeding usually only last a few hours, maybe a whole day, as is light. I don't think you're pregnant. If you have a clinic in your area you can get birth control from there. Depending on your income it will be very reduced or even free.
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