What does it mean if I just get off my period and 2 days later I'm spotting
A:Many women experience abnormal vaginal bleeding or spotting. You should see a doctor if it persists. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-does-it-mean-if-i-just-get-off-my-period-and-2-days-later-i%27m-spotting ]
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- Many women experience abnormal vaginal bleeding or spotting. You should see a doctor if it persists. ChaCha!
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- A: Depending on when you ovulated, it is possible that you could be pregnant. With the timing of the intercourse and using the "pull out" method, which isn't very reliable birth control, coupled with the fact you're still having symptoms... it wouldn't hurt to test one more time.A blood test is definitely the most accurate, in that it can detect pregnancy the earliest. As for the boyfriend: he is your EX!!! He should not be pressuring you into doing anything you don't want to do. Even if you are pregnant, he can't force you to get an abortion or do anything else you don't want. If you are pregnant and want to keep the baby, that's your choice. If you want to give it up for adoption, it's your choice and so on. Do what's right for you, not what he wants. If he wants nothing to do with a baby, then my suggestion would be to have him sign papers to terminate his rights if you are pregnant and decide to keep the baby. Good luck to you and I hope everything works out for the best. :)
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- A: I really think the odds of you being pregnant are low. I believe what you are experiencing are the changes your body needs to make to readjust to not being hormonally supressed. After taking the pill for that long, it will take more than a month for that readjustment to happen. In some cases, it can take up to a year for the natural monthly hormone cycle to show up again. Most of the time it takes 3-6 months. What you describe is old endometrium. The lining isn't entirely shed each month, and with the pill you tend not to build up a lot. But there is always some old stuff around. As the lining ages, the individual red blood cells break down and clump together. The liquid leaks out, so what you are left with is a sort of cell goo. The hemoglobin was long since recovered, so the cells no longer have that to turn them red in the presence of air. So they do look like clots or golbs of some liver stuff. The fact that you are seeing them suggests that your body is still trying to get things straightened out. The pill works by tricking the body into thinking you are already pregnant. What you have each month is not really a period, but what is called a withdrawl bleed. You withdraw the hormones that supress the ovulation, and your body thinks you delivered a child. That brings on the rest of things. In this case, you are not supressing ovulation anymore, but your body is having to adapt just as it would if you had been pregnant and delivered. It would be highly unlikely you ovulated this past month. Not impossible, but not probable. I realize you want to be pregnant, but I just don't think this is what's happening to you. I really think this is the natural result of not taking the pill and letting your body take over again. It would be best for a potential pregnancy to wait at least another month or two before you really try getting pregnant as well. Your body really does need to go through at least one or two natural cycles, to be sure it has everything in sync. A pregnancy test at this point would be fairly accurate as well. It is far more likely to get a false negative than a false positive, because either the pregnancy hormone is there or it isn't. You can repeat the test again in a week, at which point you would have a very accurate test you could depend on as your final word. But I would not recommend getting your hopes up at this point. I really do think you are not pregnant, and simply adapting to not taking the pill.
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