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DogLover
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my boyfriend had cum in me about 4 or 5 times in last 12 days.i had finished my period 18 days ago and im not due on until at least another 10 or more days. but i came on my period 2day. could this just be a 1st sign of pregnancy or is it my period?

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Is it like your period? In other words, the usual kind of bleeding, some cramps (if you usually have them), etc?

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its light bleeding, but then only started few hours ago. and yeah some cramps but not as bad as normal.

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Then it's likely your period or bleeding for some other reason. But it may not be.

It's more common NOT to have implantation bleeding, but for women who do have it, it usually doesn't come along with cramps, and it tends to be light spotting.

At the same time, though, as I think I've said before, if you are trying to become pregnant, then you will want to have things like pregnancy tests on hand, and be having an ongoing discussion of some kind with whomever is going to be your healthcare provider through a pregnancy.

Honestly, asking us if you might be pregnant is just a very limited thing: unless you're asking us after getting positive results on pregnancy tests, our answer is pretty much always going to be "I don't know," because we can't know any more than you can without having taken a test.

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