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Could I be pregnant? Implantation cramping? HELP!

Hi guys!
My last period started July 16 and ended July 19. I had unprotected sex July 27th. My calendar said I ovulated on July 30. I noticed on Monday, August 6 I had very dull cramps. They weren’t painful but I knew they were there. The cramps will last all day but would come and go. As of today Sunday, August 12. I’m still having dull cramps. My period is due August 13 (tomorrow). I normally have cramps 2 or 3 days before my period starts, they’re normally extremely painful, and I always have to take Advil’s once they get here to stop the pain, but these cramps felt very different. There extremely dull, not painful ,but feels like their coming from my uterus. My cycle is  28 days long  and some times my period is late one day or early. Do  think I could be pregnant? If so, when should I take a test? Right now I am 13 days past ovulating. I also have no other Symbian’s but dull cramping a week before my period.
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There's a 30% chance of pregnancy from your sex in the fertile window. The first signs are often weird cramps. Look also for unusual fatigue, more frequent peeing,  emotional, breast and nip signs, feelings of nausea or dizziness, backache etc. You could run a home test as soon as your period shows up late or light, though a repeat a week later might be necessary. Best of luck!
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Thanks hun! I noticed light bleeding one time around 2pm. The reason why I notice it was because I was wiping and I kind of push the tissue paper upwards kind of hard and notice a small light pink amount. I immediately started to think aunt flow was here. I haven’t had another light bleeding yet. I’m thinking maybe  my period is coming and she’s taking  her sweet lovely time.
The light bleeding happen today
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