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Angelgirl34
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I had my period and atleast I thought it was my period, but now that I read things about spotting I am not sure, so what is the difference between your Period and Spotting?
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alaska
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Spotting or Implantation bleeding that might happen when a woman is pregnat would be significantly different to her normal period: less volume, different colour and texture.

If you are still worried that you are pregnant, even though you menstruated, I'd recommend taking a pregnancy test, to ease your worries.

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