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I am hoping someone will read this and be able to give me some advice on what is going on with me. I am 18, and not trying to concieve. I have always had extremly regular periods, since middle school, they last 4 days and are every 28 days. I have an app on my phone that keeps track of periods, ovulation, all that good stuff, and the app has been accurate in predicting my period to the exact day for the past 2 years. On July 4th, my ovulation, I had unprotected sex. 5 days later, I started spotting. It was very little blood, but the next morning I woke up sitting in a pool of blood. I figured it was just my period coming early, but 10 days early? And in such a wierd way? Today, there is still blood, but very little. What does this mean? Some sites say implantation bleeding, others say a chemical pregnancy. I know everyone is different, and there is no way to be sure, but I'd really appreciate some feedback or advice. Thank you!!
Unfortunately those apps only guess at ovulation. You may have ovulated earlier. Your symptoms did sound like implantation up until you said you were bleeding a lot. Typically implantation is only a few spots of blood. If you did infact conceive July 4th, you should probably wait a few more days before testing.
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Diesnt sound like implantation to me.. Your period can change if you are under stress, changes in diet, activity levels etc. however, the best thing to do is take a test if you think there's a chance you are preggo