hi my names Alicia im 19 years old, this month i have been spotting this thick brownish stuff,
but i am sopose to be on my period right now, i have been having unprotected sex, do you think im pregnant ?
brown means that it's old blood. This can show just before, at the start of your period and after. Also some people that have had implantation bleeding say it will be brown in colour but will only really last about a day. Wait it out and see if it turns redder and into a normal period for you.
I'm not real sure how this website works so bare with me. My boyfriend and I have unprotected sex a lot. I've been on my birth control for over a month, I'm always right on time for my period and it's always very heavy. I still have another week until my period and I never spot before or after, but three nights ago I noticed a light spotting that was a light color brown. The next day I noticed it was a heavier spotting still the same color. Except it started to turn a fleshy pink color and then back to brown. This brown spotting has been going on for 3 days now. And it doesn't seem to be stopping. Could this indicate me being pregnant?
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