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My last period was on April 14th...On May 1st , rather May 2nd since it was the late night of May 1st my partner and I had unprotected sex but he DID not ejaculate inside me...It was all outside...I know I have already posed this question once and I know my risks...He also urinated before the act and his previous ejaculation before this was long ago.....

Until today I was pretty worked up that my period has been late but today morning...I noticed I was bleeding...I want to make sure its not implantation bleeding thats why I am initally started low but now its picked up moderately...I have the normal light cramps and almost more than quarter my sanitary napkin is bled...and when I take a tissue and wipe myself its coated with fresh red blood...this can't be implantaion bleeding right...and my period was due yesterday so I am a ay late...I normally have a 30 day cycle...

I am sorry for such a long post but I assure partner and I have decided and mutually agreed to go back to using condoms for the whole sexcual intercourse until we are ready and sure of a baby.....I don't need these stresses anymore...but just assure me I am doing fine this time.....

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Implantation bleeding is very, very light spotting. So, what you are describing does not sound like implantation bleeding.

Plus, being a day late isn't all that unusual. Our periods don't always start at exactly the same time. So, if you're experiencing bleeding that looks like a period, around the time that you are due for your period, you can be pretty sure that that's what it is.

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