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sarbear
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When exactly does "spotting" happen if you may be pregnant, because the last time i had sex was 7 days before my period was supposed to come, i kinda felt it coming and had the symptoms i usually do but it came for one day and stopped and i am FREAKING out i am still waiting and this is scarin me i know i posted this before and i know some periods arent as consistant but this hasnt hapened ever and i feel like im getting it one second then i dont the next and still nothing is there!
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just to add again * i did take the EC pill 3 days after my last period (Feb.12th) and i heard it can cause ur period to delay a little bit, not sure if this may have anything to do with this or why i was bleeding 2 nights ago? thanks for any advice
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There's no specific time that spotting occurs during pregnancy. If you're referring to implantation bleeding, it is not terribly common. Otherwise though, most women never have any spotting or bleeding with pregnancy.

EC can definitely throw off your body for a cycle or two. So if you've taken that recently (which your other post indicated you had), I'd look to that as a likely cause of irregularity now. Even for women with very consistent periods, weirdness can sometimes just happen as well.

If you're concerned, you can take a pregnancy test. However, from your descriptions, I don't see a significant pregnancy risk.

Clearly you are having some pretty significant anxiety associated with pregnancy risks. Would you like to talk about how to manage that? (Either by stopping sexual activities or finding a method(s) of BC that make you feel safe.)

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it still has not come, i am stressing so much i hope that wont throw anything off but i know i need to be on birth control i am supposed to schedule an apointment in april but im still worried, i am going to take a test in a few days but i keep feeling all the symtoms just no period! ive been hungry all day and my stomach felt big but its just not coming and tomorrow is the day its due, i guess im more worried because i am still not quite sure about why i bled a few days ago when me and my boyfriend were doing manual sex and i bled for half the day, but its too confusing to tell if thats my period or not.
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