My boyfriend and I had sex a few weeks ago (November 8th), which would have been during my ovulation. We had sex again on Thanksgiving, and two days later, I started my period. I've read that you can still bleed while pregnant, and its often confused with being on your period. It lasted for 7 days, but then two days afterwards, light spotting occurred. Anyone know what this might mean? Just curious.
You are most likely not pregnant. You had a regular, full-length period with no changes that you mentioned here other than the spotting afterward for a couple days. Hormonal changes or stress can account for that. If you're worried about pregnancy, you can always take a test.
If you do not want a baby, be sure to use protection in the future.
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