Bleeding Omg

11 Replies
waffles - March 27

hey grls. im due for my period in about 2 weeks from now. but 2 days ago i started bleeding. i had to use like 8 tampons, it was that bad. then the next day it just stopped completely. i had s_x about 8 or 9 times with no protection. does this make any ssense?

 

Esmie - March 27

What doesn't make sense is why you're having unprotected s_x. Apparently you know what s_x leads to, so why aren't you trying to reduce your risks of pregnancy the best you can? In any case, go see a doctor - no one here can tell you what caused the bleeding.

 

Crystal B - March 28

hey waffles, esmie is right, you shouldnt have unprotected s_x if you cant take the chance of having a baby, but whats done is done and lets take it from there, your situation is tricky, its kindof hard to explain some things your body does. If it was implantion bleeding you had it would of been just a little bit of blood, it wouldnt even fill up 1 tampons. My advice would try to wait until your due af and see whats happens, or if u cant wait you can always go to the doctors and tell them whats going on.Good Luck!

 

waffles - March 28

Yah, i shouldnt be..but i did. i didnt come on here to get lectured...just answers

 

kayla_shauntel_05 - March 28

Hmmm....sounds to me that if you are not smart enough to figure out to go by a pregnancy test and take it, then maybe you shouldnt be having unprotected s_x. I am sorry but I am a pregnant 18 year old, when I thought I was pregnant I took a test. Simple enough. If you aren't sure GO TO THE DOCTOR.

 

waffles - March 30

So if you know everything and you dont come on here to ask questions, then why are you on here?

 

EricaG - March 31

Wow, people have come on here and asked a lot dumber questions that this and not got ragged on nearly as bad. People can say things without being mean, they just are trying to make themselves feel better by pointing out other people's mistakes. You did make a mistake and hopefully if being pregnant is not what you want you will learn from it. The thing is, with our bodies, bleeding can mean one thing for one woman and a whole other thing for another woman. Crystal B is right, you should wait until your period is supposed to come and if it comes like normal then don't worry about it. But if you bleed in the middle of your cycle again next time, then go see a doctor because there could be something wrong. Good luck, waffles :o)

 

Esmie - March 31

"Yah, i shouldnt be..but i did. i didnt come on here to get lectured...just answers" When you make a post, no matter whether you ask a specific question or not, people are going to give their opinions. That's inevitable. "People can say things without being mean, they just are trying to make themselves feel better by pointing out other people's mistakes." Mean? No. Just honest. Nowhere in her original post did she establish the fact that she'd made a mistake (or, "about 8 or 9" of them, rather). If a person who *does not* want a child doesn't care enough to practice safe s_x, or to take a pregnancy test or see a doctor if they're so worried, then they shouldn't be engaging in s_xual activity. Maybe the way certain people have responded sounds harsh to *you*, but personally, I'd much rather that and for the original poster's mistakes be pointed out to her, no matter how bluntly, than for the point to not get across to her and for her to continue having unprotected s_x because everyone was too busy making her feel like she hadn't done anything wrong.

 

EricaG - March 31

"Nowhere in her original post did she establish the fact that she'd made a mistake" I'm sorry, Esmie, I didn't realized people had to admit to strangers that they made a mistake before they asked for help. I'm glad you're not a doctor, I could just see you standing there with the results of a pregnancy test, holding them just out of some teenage girl's reach saying "nope, first you have to admit you made a mistake, then you can see the test." And you say you're not being mean, just honest. Well, sometimes there's a fine line. For example if I were trying to set you up on a date and the person asks what you look like. I could say "Esmie is the ugliest girl alive" or I could say "Esmie's strongest points are her charm and friendly nature". You see, the point would get across to the person that you are no looker, but not in a harsh or mean way, AND I could even incorporate something positive into it as well. Another example, would you rather someone tell you you are fat or that you are valuptuous, or someone tell you you are slender or bony. Anyway, you also said "If a person who *does not* want a child doesn't care enough to practice safe s_x, or to take a pregnancy test or see a doctor if they're so worried, then they shouldn't be engaging in s_xual activity." If her period is due in two weeks, it's too early to detect with a pregnancy test. She doesn't know if this is a normal thing in pregnancy or not, that's why she was ASKING. If it was common light bleeding such as implantation bleeding then she could save herself a trip to the doctor until she finds out she's pregnant and goes for her first prenatal. You obviously have yet to learn the effects of subtlty, Esmie, hopefully one day you'll understand that compa__sion goes a lot further than rudeness.

 

waffles - March 31

EricaG, wow! Thanks for sticking by me on this. Appreciate it... :) ALL i was doing was asking a question. lol

 

Kittysmerow - March 31

o.O wow, alot of controversy with this one. Depending on how old you are, and if your in this forum then your still young... your hormones are still settling into your body, making your period change from week to week. When I was 11 I had to have a DNC because my period lasted for four months but I doubt that eight tampons is that bad. To make your period regular, and to prevent your chances of being pregnant, go to planned parenthood and get birth control pills. They help more they hinder.

 

EricaG - April 2

Esmie, I'm not going to argue with you. Obviously you don't agree with me that your post could have been nicer and still as effective if not MORE effective, and that's fine with me. In case you haven't noticed I agree that she made a mistake, I agree that she should learn from it, I agree that no one on here can tell her what's wrong and that her best bet would be her doctor. I DON'T agree with the way you and another poster responded to her and I have a right to say that. Notice how I have never said that you CAN'T respond that way or that you SHOULDN'T resond that way. I merely stated how I felt about it. In fact, I wasn't even talking to you in my first post. Until you tell me otherwise I am going to a__sume that your posts to me are A.) purely defensive or B.) trying to change my way of thinking on the subject. And in that case I have no reason to continue talking about this with you A.) because I don't care what you think enough to be defensive back and B.) because I don't need you to agree with me on this. I could care less if you do. This is the way I see it: Esmie's idea "honesty, no matter how brutal or hurtful is the best policy" Erica's idea "If you offend someone right off the bat, they won't listen to anything else yo say, so be honest, but kind" We have different ideas on the subject Esmie, but that's ok. If people weren't different then the world would be a boring place.

 

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