My gf period was from the 16th to the 20th. Two days after she wanted to have unprotected sex, she put it in, but literally 5 seconds after I made her get up. I didnt ejaculate. And I know precum can have sperm if I ejaculated earlier and didnt go pee before sex. But I know for sure I went to the bathroom after my last ejaculation because it was probably a couple days ago. Anyway. She ovulated on the 29th; The 14th day of her cycle. I think this was the day because she had light cramps and was craving sex. On the 2nd of June she has bleeding. A brown discharge. It was enough that she wouldve used a tampon for, not spotting. At first I was scared of implantation bleeding but it says on average is happens 9 days after ovulation with a range of 6 to 12. It had only been 4 days. I know she has been stressing, and she tried weed for the first time recently. But could that really cause this discharge. After considering all these factors, even if my precum did have sperm its a very small chance that the sperm got to the egg with having to last 7 whole days to ovulation. I know ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE, but Its just not adding up to be implantation bleeding. What else could this be?
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out.
Chances of pregnancy are less in your girlfriend's case because there was no ejaculation inside and moreover the dates didn't correspond to her ovulation days. This spotting can be due to ovulation or left over blood from her previous cycle.
However for completely ruling out pregnancy, I would suggest you to get your girlfriend's serum HCG levels estimated since this is more sensitive & specific than the urine for pregnancy tests. The HCG (it is a hormone) levels rise only in pregnancy and its presence will confirm the status of pregnancy.
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