pregnancy and period problem

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kiiiimibela
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pregnancy and period problem

Unread postby kiiiimibela » Thu Apr 11, 2019 11:38 pm

so i had sex and the condom broke. i had sex on 22nd of march and i took plan b 23rd of march within 24 hours.. i got my period on the 28th, one day late than the day i was expecting it. the bleeding lasted for a week, on the first day it was really heavy and filled a whole pad and had really bad cramps and on the second third and rest of the days i had a medium and light flow. i dont know if thats really a period or if its implantation bleeding and i could still be pregnant.. is that actually a period or was it spotting/implantation bleeding? today, april 11th i had a vaginal discharge and it was sticky and quite yellowish but clear. i’m really worried, is that normal or a sign of pregnancy? am i pregnant? please help, id appreciate it. :cry:

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Re: pregnancy and period problem

Unread postby Siân » Fri Apr 12, 2019 4:51 am

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