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Cramping in the front pelvis part, blood discharge. Can this be pregnancy?

Hi I m 18 years old and I was just out for morning run and when I got close to getting back home I felt this cramping. It wasn t like my usual cramping though, it felt like it was my front pelvis part that hurt right on the bone or something. When I got home I had to curl up for like 10 minutes before it went away. After I layed out to tan and when I came back in I had a light discharge of blood . I ve never had sex but I do fool around and I m kind of going crazy thinking of EVERY possibility and though I m confident I couldn t be pregnant the thought is still freaking me out. please help! Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

You didn't mention anything about your menstrual cycle.
This pain could be part of premenstrual syndrome or ovulatory pain depending on the period of the cycle.
In both these conditions spotting can be seen.
Excessive exhaustion during jogging can lead to muscle cramping, so better to take enough water before and after running.
If the thing repeats better to consult gynecologist and examined once to find out the cause and take treatment accordingly.
Take care
Answered: Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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