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Cna I be Pregnant.

By August 14, 2010 - 8:59am
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I had my period on july 30 and after it stop 6 days later, I started cramping alot. I started bleeding on tuesday when i wiped and it was pink-brown discharge. I have been cramping since i stop my period and i was wondering if i am pregnant.
I have a daughter and i had a full period period and i didn't know i was pregnant for 2 more months after that, i have low counts for pregnancy also.
Please tell me what it could be.

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The thing is i have fullness in my pelvic area and i know what a miscarriage feels like and this is not as bad ad the one i had over a year ago. I called my doctor and he put me onantibiotic and make sure the pain is not worse than the day before which is not but i can tolerate a high pain. But i wish i can figure out what is going on. I see my obgyn on monday but just to talk to him because i do not like my regular physican to deal with reproductive health issues.

August 14, 2010 - 11:38am
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Hi My love is 2010,

Thank you for your question. If you had your period, you should be fine for the possibility of pregnancy but you can always purchase a pregnancy test just to be sure. If you are experiencing what I call the lingering period, this can just be residual lining of your uterus removing itself although there may be an underlying infection also.

Take a pregnancy test to rule out the possibility. If your bleeding is concerning, make an appointment with your physician to rule out any infection or another underlying issue. I hope this helps. Can you keep us updated?

August 14, 2010 - 9:45am
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the bleeding stop two days ago but i still have the cramping.

August 14, 2010 - 11:16am
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