Pregnant 5 days before my period?? Is it possible?
Me and my BF decided we were ready to start a family. We had unprotected sex 5 days before my period was due and ever since I have had that dragging pain in my lower abdomen (uterus area). I have been pregnant before (that ended in a miscarriage) So i know the abdominal/uterine pain you get!.
However I started bleeding (brown blood) on the day my period was due. It is nothing like my usual period which is painful and cramps etc. Since then I have had minor amounts of red blood. I still have the pregnancy like cramps and feel as if there is something there.
Could it be implantation bleeding? could it still be a period and still be pregnant? Anyone become pregnant quite soon before their period?
I didnt actually think we would get pregnant that soon before a period but I have heard it is possible if you ovulate late.
I will wait until the bleeding stops before I take a HPT which should be about 10-11 days after potential conception.
Hope there are some others that have experienced this!
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