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My girlfriend for one week exactly she had brown stringy discharge and a little bit of pink but no pink dots but a couple brown dots and the brown discharge was like mucus but it was stringy and I don't think it was implantation bleeding because that doesn't last a week. Only a couple days and She was in the middle of her cycle a day or two afterovulation if were going on a 28 day cycle. She is Irregular, which makes this harder. and we did have unprotected sex two days before this happened and 6 days before this happened. she is not on any birth control.so pls help me people thank you and its been done for about a week

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Implantation bleeding doesn't have to last a week.  Some women may not even notice it.

Dark brown indicates older, further up, blood.  It could be implantation bleeding.

She is at peak fertility at ovulation and the egg is viable for 48 hours or so.  Your timing was good if you are trying to get pregnant.

Take a home test when her period is due.  Use the first morning urine, it is more concentrated and more likely to show a positive sooner.  Follow all directions carefully.

Good luck!
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Yeah but implantation bleeding is dots not stringy and its only for like a day or two not a week??
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It can vary among women. The stringy is mucous, very normal.
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medic-dan wrote:

It can vary among women. The stringy is mucous, very normal.


So do you think she is?
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I couldn't say based just on that but they are common signs. She'd need a pregnancy test to confirm. She is most fertile at ovulation.

You said she's been done for a week, so it's been about 2 weeks since this bleeding started. Her period should be about due, so she could try a test. Make sure she uses her first morning urine. It's more concentrated so it is more likely to show an earlier positive. False negatives are common testing early, false positives are not.

If she still hasn't had her period in another 7 to 10 days, then retest.

Hope it helps.
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