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Am i pregnant? Was it implantation bleeding or period?

i had sex on may 9. i never got pregnant. i really dont know how long does my usual menstruation cycle takes(i.e. 22-35 days). but i wish this could help - the latest first day of my  period date that i remember was MARCH 13 and APL 14 .. and my expected next period was may 13-may 15.

On may 17 morning(1:00 am), i saw a little amount of color brown liquid on my panty and later on that day.. a blood(color red) start to came out of my vagina(i had cramps). On may 18.. the bleeding starts to be heavy(still color red and i still have cramps). On may 19 Afternoon, the bleeding became less(no cramps). When i saw that there's no more blood adding up on my pad, i wiped my vagina and i saw a brownish liquid. am i pregnant? i experienced some pregnancy signs like nausea and diziness but i dont know if my mind's just making up those symptoms because i have been worried since the day i missed my expected period(may 13) and i didnt get any proper sleep and i didnt eat right since may 13 .was the bleeding that i saw means that i am pregnant? was that IMPLANTATION BLEEDING or PERIOD? please help me.
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Hello dear..Niw how many days is your period usually? And do you want to be pregnant or are you afraid to be pregnant? How was the blood was it red red or was it brownish red It could be implantation bleeding but can you explain just a little but more...
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Ive gone through exactly the same. Not sure whats going on!
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