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acs79
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Last night I had some pretty rough sex...we used plenty of lube, but afterwards when I went to the bathroom I noticed a tiny bit of bright red blood. Then this morning I've noticed a little bit of very light pink. Should I just chalk this up to being a little too rough and maybe he was hitting my cervix (which my gyn told me is a little fragile)? I haven't missed any pills and my withdrawal bleed isn't supposed to start until next week. I suppose I'm just having a bit of a panic attack about implantation bleeding.
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JamsessionVT
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You don't have any pregnancy risks to worry about here, as it were.

I'm guessing the bleeding is from the rough intercourse, especially if the blood was scant and it didn't look like a normal bleed.

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Thanks. It definitely wasn't anything like a normal bleed--it was really light and I haven't noticed any since this morning. It just doesn't take a lot to trigger my anxiety.
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