I was very sexualy active with my boyfriend. & once we did it when I was fertilizing with out a condom. But for only 30 secs or so but he didn't *** in me. & he had pied before. & when he pulled out he wiped all the precum off & went back inside & out again & then he used a condom. & we did it once again & I complained about him going to deep. & we did it once again but he had notice I was bleeding. & it wasn't red it was like brown color. & we got scared so I took a pregnancy test & it came out negative. & this happen after 4 days we went bare. & I had taken 2 pregnancy test 13 days after we went bare because I thought I was pregnant. & I have been cramping & my boobs have hurt but my period didnr come. & we haven't had sex since the day I bleed. & when 1 days after I took the pregnancy when I went to the bathroom I notice blood when I wiped so I thought my period had came but usually when I get my period it's pretty heavy. & I had some spooting before but I never stop & 2 days after(now) I think I have my period I'm cramping & theirs blood but it's much more light then usual. & I'm really scared & paranoid. I also have been feeling fatigued (& I never feel that when I'm on or about to be on my period) & have been peeing a lot lately & I know that's symptoms of pregnancy. Please help I'm really paranoid. & so stressed out!
Give it another few days. When are you supposed to get your period? Knowing when you are supposed to get it can help you find out if you are late or not. If you are supposed to get it soon, wait. Cause it might be coming soon. If you are late, then take another test. Or call your Dr.
Aside from that.... ALWAYS use protection. Pulling out is NOT a good way to protect yourself against pregnancy. Just protect yourself from beginning to end.
i was supposed to get it this week & I did but when it first started it I was spotting like brown fluid or it could be blood I wasn't sure. but usually I would get my period right away with out spotting & this time I did & when I wiped sometimes I would see blood it was red.
I'd wait a couple (1 or 2) more days... Then take a new test, or call a Dr. You could be late due to stress too.
Just remember that if you don't want to get pregnant, you must use protection each and every time.... No exceptions.
It is normal for your period to start out brown. But if it was only a very tiny bit, and then light pink spotting after it could be implantation bleeding. It sounds like you had a regular period to me though. Considering you said you said it got heavier after two days. Also it sounds to me like you don't understand what precum is.
I would suggest birth control if you are active. And condoms, considering the STDs out there. Be careful
If its a normal period, I wouldn't. Because you had a normal period.
If its not a normal period (very light) I'd take a test to make sure... Or just to make me feel better.
And make sure you get and use protection from now on. You don't want to go through this again.
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