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So I'm going to tell you my story:
My last period was on April 21 and on April 24 my boyfriend and I were on the beach fooling around. Under water, he penetrated for like 5 seconds until it slipped away. He was in me for less than 10 seconds, for sure (TMI, I know, sorry). I was on my period that day (I bled a little on the morning but in the night there was no more blood). My periods usually take 3-5 days to finish and my menstrual cycle is usually 25-26 days and I have never been late. I think I ovulated between the days May 5 to May 8 (I felt the weird pain I always feel when I'm ovulating).

My next period was expected to be on May 16. Usually I wake up with a pool of blood (again, TMI, I'm sorry, but I think it is revenant). But my period didn't came that day. I had some cramps but stopped fast. I woke up on May 17 with no period, again. I started panicking and getting very anxious (Yes, I panic a lot). On May 18 I woke up with nothing but a white sticky fluid stuck on my panty. I went to the nearest store and bought a pregnancy test. When I was about to pee I noticed brown blood spots on the panty, following pee with brownish blood. (I think that thats the start of a period?) I took the preg test anyways and came out negative. (That happened like at 5pm).
Like at 7pm I went to the bathroom and there was no blood, just a little as I wipe. Then I felt a huge need to pee so I run to the bathroom and there was blood again, this time was a little more, a little more red, but still brownish.
I usually get the brownish blood at the end of my period. I don't know how it starts since I just wake up with the blood pool (as if the period started 5 hrs before I woke up)

What is happening? Can this be implantation bleeding? Why my period was 2 days late? Am I just being paranoid?

A little background info:
During this time, I finished my senior year, changed a little my sleeping schedule and started exercising.

Please help.

PS: Sorry for any gramatical error, english is not my first language.

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Additional Information:
On May 27 I took around 6000 mg of Vitamin C and Green Tea in order to induce the period...


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While you did have a risk, a negative pregnancy test means that you are not pregnant. If you took it according to the directions, then you can trust that result.

A lot of things can affect the menstrual cycle. Here are some suggestions: M.I.A or, Dude, Where's My Period?

Unprotected genital contact also poses STI risks, so if you two have not been tested, you'll want to get caught up.

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