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Evan asked in Pregnancy & ParentingPregnancy · 9 months ago

Period or implantation bleeding?

I have posted this question several times and I still am unsure about the answer. My girlfriend and I recently had a pregnancy scare, and she ended up getting her period which gave me relief for a few days, before I started researching implantation bleeding. Her period was heavy, a consistent flow, it filled up several pads a day, and her cramps were as bad as usual. The only thing different is that it was only around 4, maybe 5 days, when usually it is around 6 days long. I’ve posted this question many times and I always get told that implantation bleeding is light, very little blood, short, etc. but I have come across many women online who say they experienced heavy implantation bleeding with bad cramps and it lasted a long time. That is why I’m scared. Her period started on day 30 of her cycle, when it usually starts on the 28th day or before. We had sex with a condom in the first place, we were just worried that some sperm could have been squeezed out of the condom. I know I’m stupid, I know I shouldn’t be having sex if I’m worried about pregnancy, we’ve both already agreed to abstinence. Please just tell me if there’s ANY possibility of pregnancy.

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  • Jill
    Lv 7
    9 months ago

    Period. No there IS NOT ANY possibility of pregnancy. Move on with your life.

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  • helene
    Lv 7
    9 months ago

    So basically, you're telling us that you are incapable of distinguishing **** from gold on the internet.

    Outside of the internet, implantation bleeding is barely even a real thing. And if it can be confused in any way with a menstrual period, it's not implantation bleeding.

    Now you've had WAY more than enough answers. I will report you the next time you spam this crap.

    • Evan9 months agoReport

      I guess you’re right ... before I knew what implantation bleeding was I wouldn’t stress at all when she got her period. I hadn’t even heard of it until I researched stuff .

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  • Anonymous
    9 months ago

    You have more of a chance of winning the Nobel Peace Prize than your GF being pregnant.

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