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implantation bleeding tuesday i had light pink bleeding but it didn't last that long and my cycle wasn't suppose to start til the 18th. the 18th came and no bleeding. i started my cycle i think but that tuesday would have been the 6-12 days. so i'm wonder

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 25 years experience
Based : Based on the information you provided (and assuming you have had unprotected sex) it would be prudent to take a pregnancy test - you can take it now.

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