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17202687 tn?1454533214

Scared & need to knpw.

I had unprotected sex a week before my period, on the day that my fertility window was at it's highest... My period came, lasted four days, ended, and now in the past couple days I have noticed light to moderate spotting which is in the range of 6-12 days since when I had unprotected sex.. It looks just like implantation bleeding only bc this time last year I was pregnant and miscarried at 10 weeks...

Is it possible I could have conceived the night I had unprotected sex, got my period that next week, and now I'm pregnant?
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If it was your actual period it would likely mean you aren't pregnant. Only way to know for sure woule be to see if you miss your next period and then test.
17202687 tn?1454533214
Yeah that is what I assumed, but then again I have been told you can be pregnant and still have a period, or what you think is a period bc your body is getting rid of old blood? I'm not sure... but I guess I should wait until my next period is supposed to come and then see what happens then? That is such a long time to wait lol
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Are you trying to get pregnant?
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I had a short, light period of like 4 days right after I conceived according to due date. I had no idea I was pregnant until I missed my next period.
So its very possible.
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i got my period for one whole day an spotted 4 days after I new it wasn't normal for me so I took a test 3 weeks later an it was positive, so I think my body wanted to have a period but since I was pregnant it wasn't a full period
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I had two perfectly normal periods and negative pregnancy tests up until I was 8 weeks along.
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