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Could I be pregnant
Jess109 posted:
Had an IUD removed about a year ago.Had really irregular periods after up until a few months ago they started being about or on the same time every month. Last 2 menstrual cycles were on the 9th of the month.This month I had my cycle that started on the 9th.Today which is the 31st of the same month I wiped and had a very light brown mucus discharge discovery.Noticed a little cramping in my pelvic region and am wondering if my body could just be thrown off again or how close these syptoms are to implantation bleeding.Have the same partner for 3 years now and we have sex not as often as we use to but we still have sex not on birth control.Weve used the "pull out method" ever since ive had my IUD removed.The last time we had sex was about 7-10 days ago.. not too sure, but just now coming across this issue.Please give advice/knowledge on this.Thank you.Its a stressful situation.
sweets1988 responded:
it is very possible you are prego hun. that is a common sympom f implantation bleeding. i would get a couple tests from the store & test in a few days so its almost 2 weeks since you guys were together. i kinda go with the 2 weeks after missed period but i too have had the IUD & know its hard to gauge that. blood test at a clinic or hospital works too. try not to stress hun
Babies are life's little miracles and like all miracles they come from inside.
phoenixfire76 responded:
Wait and see, if it is really implantation bleeding then a test should be positive in 7-14 days with 1st morning urine.
Best of luck.
Me:36, DH:46, DD:17, DD:17, DD:17, DS:14, DD:11, DS:9 and 2 cats.

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