I'm Trying to conceive. Started my period a day and a half early. It started at night medium. The next full day it was heavy. Then the next 2 days it was light and ended super light pink. Lasted 4 days total. Thoughts?

Sounds most likely like a regular period.  If you think you may be pregnant take a home pregnancy test.  

Hi I have been bleeding for more than a week now. I had my first depo shot last May. Is this an effect of the shot?

Yes, depo can cause irregular bleeding. Please see more info here on this Depo FAQ.

If my boyfriend came in my yesterday around 3 pm and take a plan b before 48 hours will I be fine ?

Taking Plan B within 48 hours of unprotected sex reduces the likelihood of pregnancy.  

It can also make your next period late, but If you do not get a period please check a pregnancy test. 
Also, schedule an appointment with your primary care provider or Corrner Health Center to find a type of contraception (birth control) that is right for you. 
So I've been spotting for 2 months and it's been like really light then I started bleeding a lot like if I was on my period but now that I'm not bleeding a lot I still have like bloody color and when me and my boyfriend were having sex he stopped and said that I was bleeding what does this mean?

Irregular bleeding can have many causes. Please schedule an appointment with your primary care provider or Corner Health Center.

My period has been on for a whole month now. I believe there has only been one day where I didn't have to wear any sanitary pads/tampons. And even still on that day it came back out of nowhere. I don't do shots so I'm not taking one but I did have sex right after the end of my period and I've been bleeding ever since

Irregular bleeding can have many causes .  Please schedule an appointment with your primary care provider or at Corner health for further evaluation .

Hi. I took my depo shot in October 2020 and had my period mid November. I had light bleeding and had unprotected sex while bleeding. My period stopped around the 16th of December. I have not had my period since

Please review the Depo FAQ. It is not unusual for periods to change and or stop with the depo shot.  If you get your shots on time you are protected against pregnancy.

Hey, My boyfriend and I had sex 2 months back and It was a protected sex neither the condom broke nor slip in. And I haven't missed my periods too . I've got them exactly on date. So it means that the sex that was had was safe and not pregnant right? And does period here indicate implantation bleeding or something else?
Yes it sounds like you had protected sex and your periods have been on time so there is no reason to think you would be pregnant.  
Regular monthly bleeding is part of the normal menstrual cycle.  Every month, your body prepares for pregnancy. If no pregnancy occurs, the uterus, or womb, sheds its lining. The menstrual blood is partly blood and partly tissue from inside the uterus.
I had unprotected sex on mid Jan and I was bleeding, but I am on depo shot, last sex I had was on Jan 26,on February I had irregular bleeding, I took my shot on March 4th but I have not bled yet and no sex since that Jan 26 could I be pregnant,

It is not unusual to have irregular bleeding and for periods to stop with depo.  If your shots were gotten on time then you are protected against pregnancy. Check out the Depo FAQ here. 

I bled really bad during sex three mths ago and havent had period since im not pregnant so whats goin on with me

More information is needed to try and figure out what the problem may be. 

Please schedule an appointment with your primary care provider or at Corner Health Center.
Hi, I'm 15 and I'm not sure if I had my first period yet. Last year, in march i had spotting for a day then followed with white discharge i now have everyday. Last month, in February, a brown smudge appeared in my underwear which also lasted a day. Is it normal? Was it my first period or only a spotting?
It is not unusual for periods to be light and irregular when they first begin.  It is also not unusual to have daily vaginal discharge. 
However, neither of the incidents  sound like an actual period
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