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    HELP!!! PLEASE ANSWER. COULD THIS BE?!?!
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    ChelseaMarie posted:
    I've been having unprotected sex for awhile and today(Feb. 13, 2013) i was supposed to start my period. I have a pad on just incase i am on my period and i just got very very little blood on my pad. I also been having a little preg symptoms too. Could i be pregnant? Could that be implantion bleeding? If im pregnant i would be exactly 4 weeks today.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    If your period is due today, it's too late for implantation bleeding. I'd wait a few days and if you period doesn't come, take a test.
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