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Could I Be PREGNANT?? - Salt Lake City,UT

A few days ago (July 26,& 27) my husband and had unprotected sex.
and then yesterday I started bleeding. It wasn't light it was just like a normal period but,
now today it has completely stopped. Well it's VERY Very light. Could I be pregnant? I am not even due
for my period until the 5th of this month.
I am really hoping that I am. but it's okay if I'm not. This is just really weird I always have
normal periods.

What can I do next?

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It's too soon for a pregnancy test. It's even a little too soon for implantation bleeding, though anything is possible with how complicated our systems are. :) Depending on your cycle, you COULD have been ovulating on the 26th/27th. Typical a woman ovulates 14 days before her expected period. Do you chart your cycle? Perhaps start doing that, and see if this becomes a pattern. Just a thought. I have a lot of experience with cycle tracking, as I struggled to conceive for almost 3 years. Best wishes to you! If your cycle doesn't come on the 5th, TAKE A TEST!!! :)

3 moms found this helpful

take a pregnancy test

1 mom found this helpful

where are you in your normal cycle?

1 mom found this helpful

Chances it's your period starting. You wont show signs of being pregnant days after having sex.

def possible, could certainly have been implantation bleeding - but it's really too soon to take a test. i'd wait til mid week, and then start testing. good luck :)

If you had unprotected sex then yes, you could be pregnant. Wait a couple of weeks and take a test.

take test i a few days, or go to doctor.

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