As Joey explained in your other thread, implantation bleeding, when it happens (and it doesn't for most women), is generally very light spotting and only lasts a day or two at most.
Since your possible risk was March 5th, you can take a pregnancy test now and get an accurate result. As well, are you up to date with your STI screenings?
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