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Was it implantation bleeding ?

I have had extremely regular periods for years , 28 day cycles every time , period lasting about 5 days. I have no idea when I ovulate because I am not actively ttc.
Before you tell me it’s impossible, my family is very fertile and my mother got pregnant with 4 children on the pill. Having regular periods ( or at least period like bleeding) while pregnant is also frequent in my family.  I had a period 7/28 - 8/1  I had unprotected sex  on 8/4 , 8/11, 8/20, 8/30, and 8/31  I got a little lighter than normal period 8/25 - 8/28  and it ended. Well a week later  9/3 - 9/5 I have been having light pink and super light brown discharge when I wipe. Just a few super lights drops in my underwear also.  I’ve been having light cramping very similar to period cramping. And my lower back has been aching , I haven’t had an appetite and have been a little tired lately.  I never have spotting between periods , what could cause this other than implantation??
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You don't say you are on the pill. Sex 8/11 would have been close to theoretical ovulation, cycle day 14 of 28. That could easily result in pregnancy with a lighter than normal period and a few other early pregnancy signs to encourage the thought. A home pregnancy test on first morning pee any day now should give you the answer.
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Well, if you know your family gets pregnant on the pill, why would you have sex without a condom?  Just asking because that is curious if you don't mind getting pregnant. Implantation bleeding is something that is very rare.  You read about it online but I've known a single person to actually have it in real life.  You can take a pregnancy test though at 2.5 weeks after your last unprotected sex for an accurate result.  Let us know!
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