Friday night, I went to the bathroom and when I wiped I noticed bright red/pink blood, it was just a little bit. My first thought was my period came and its a little early but I proceeded to put on a pad. Later that night, I went to the bathroom again, and noticed the bleeding went away and the pad was clean. Saturday and Sunday passed, the bleeding never came back, nothing at all. Also, me and my boyfriend tried to have sex, and was unable to because it hurt a lot for me, and he said it was tighter than usual and he couldn't push in all way. I felt it too, it felt like something inside me was pushing against it and not letting it in. Everything led us to think that I'm pregnant but today is Monday, and again i went to the bathroom and I saw that something just like period has come. Should I be worried? Is it normal to have spotting like that before your period? I heard that some women can have their periods in their first months of pregnancy, and even throughout. Please give me opinions, Thank YOU!!
i had a spot of blood when i wiped 2 weeks before i got my positive result, they call it implantation bleed.
the best thing to do would be to test as i wouldnt think that it would be painful to have sex or that you'd get a pressure so early on.
but it is possible to have periods and be pregnant still.
^ As they stated, we can't help much, but I wanted to point out that although spotting is common with implantation bleeding, it also happens randomly just because. It doesn't have to mean you're pregnant, you could just be having an off-hormone month and be spotting. Dunno if that relieves any stress.
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