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ducky0123
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hey. i was wondering if its possible to not only have blood during a period, but also some discharge? also, another question i have... i was wondering the difference between bleeding in early pregnancy and a period? i had sex 32 days ago (on the 2nd day of my period) and just started my period (i think) today. could implantation bleeding occur 32 days after the last time of sex? thanks for the help!
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LilBlueSmurf
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Your period IS a mix of blood and discharge ... The normal vaginal discharge doesn't stop when your period starts.

Implantation bleeding occurs seven to ten days after last intercourse. It sounds like this is your period starting, and not implantation bleeding.


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