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Bleeding three or four days after sex

Hi, this is kind of a long story but I have a lot of anxiety about this so please bear with me. I am on the combination birth control pill, but this month I missed the second to last two days in the first week of the pack. That Sunday night, before I had remembered to take any of my pills, I had sex with my boyfriend. Luckily We used a condom because I always insist on doing so, and as soon as I got home I took my Sunday night pill as well as my Saturday night pill that I had missed. The next night, the boyfriend and I had sex again several times. Everything seemed fine until Thursday morning when I looked in my panties and saw blood. It was just a little bit but it was dark brown and I was spotting throughout the day. That night, my boyfriend and I had sex again several times and it was a bit rough and there wasn't much foreplay. Everything seemed fine but as I was driving home I felt something leak out of my vagina and when I looked it was a good amount of bright red blood. Today is Friday morning and I am still spotting some brown blood and I am getting extremely worried. Could this be implantation bleeding?? I'm not due to have my period again for another two and a half weeks. My boyfriend and I just started having sex about two months ago, and I lost my virginity to him. My periods have always been very regular and heavy on the pill, and I've never had any sporting mid cycle. Could I possibly be pregnant? I am on the pill and make my boyfriend use a new condom each and every time we have sex. Please help, thank you!!
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replied May 20th, 2016
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Early pregnancy signs do not show up until a week or so before your expected period. Your practice with pill and condoms make pregnancy extremely unlikely. Upset pill schedules and/or rough sex may have induced unexpected bleeds. I think you will be fine.
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