Sex and pregnancy is pretty hush hush in my home, so I don't know too much. I've been having protected sex with my bf for some time now. I'm not on the pill because I can't afford it without my parents insurance, but we use condoms all the time with spermicide (until this week when we found out I was allergic). And whenever I have my period we stop.
Getting to my question though, I had my period exactly 21days ago. And then out of no where yesterday I had light bleeding and today it's been the same. I usually have irregular cycles but I never got a period early, always late. I took a pregnancy test from the dollar store and it came back negative, but I've been wondering if I should take another one.
The only symptoms I've had was increase urge to pee last week, but it's gone away. I feel like some other symptoms might be in my head from worry, like a little nausea... My friend who is already a mom thought it might be implantation bleeding. I was just curious to what others thought...Has anyone ever gotten an early super light period? Or could I be pregnant? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I am in the same boat...However, I am now on day 43 without a period. I had light spotting on the 7th and the 11th. Doctor says not to worry...4 pregnancy tests have been neg....last one on the 23rd. BF thinks I just didn't ovulate.
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