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In the early part of pregnancy
some women experience implantation
bleeding. This is bleeding that occurs as the baby implants into the uterus
. This is normally lighter than a normal period would be, may appear as spotting.
You can consider repeating a home pregnancy test in a few days to determine whether you are pregnant, these tests are usually accurate. If this repeat test is negative then it is unlikely you are pregnant.
If you and your partner are not hoping to conceive you may want to consider the use a reliable form of contraception
. The withdrawal method is not considered to be one of the more effective methods.
You can choose from oral contraceptives, the injection taken every 3 months, condoms, the patch, intrauterine devices.
The two of you can discuss which method would best suit you.
I hope this helps