For the last few months (since about May or June) I have been having periods at the regular time lasting the regular amount of time, give or take a few days, but the blood has been like a dark red to a dark brown, with very little cramping-if any at all. I became sexually active in late April, and just didn’t know if this was my body getting used to sex, or what. When me and my boyfriend have sex, we always use a condom, and he says that it has never broke because he checks. Would you please help me out with this? It would be -greatly- appreciated!!
Becoming sexually active might affect your hormones somewhat, but I don’t think it would have a huge affect on your cycles or the color of the blood in your period. If you are having cycles at the regular time with regular lengths I would guess that you aren’t pregnant. However if you are concerned you could see your doctor to make sure or to see if there is any other reason for changes in your period.
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