Cramps, spotting, 8 days after sex? Advice please!
I posted this in Pregnancy but I don't even thnk thats what it is at all!
I had unprotected sex with my long term partner roughly 2 1/2 weeks before period is due.
5-6 days later I started experiencing mild cramping, and increase in vaginal secretion.
8 days after sex, I went to the toilet and noticed a tiny bit of blood, just when I wiped. No more since.
I was pregnant last year and it was the same (from what I remember) as my implantation bleeding then.
I am not due my period for another week.
I do not feel pregnant at all, I just experience mild cramps now. When I was pregnant last year I had cramps throughout the whole pregnancy. It feels like my period is coming.
If ths isnt pregnancy, whch I dont think it is, I am very doubtful and feel silly for thinking it. Waiting over a week to see if Im late iis going to be annoying!
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