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Cramps, brown discharge, tenderness, itching. Have HPV. Pregnant?

I am having light cramping, pinkish brownish discharge when I wipe and some very slight tenderness and itching like a yeast infection . I do have HPV and last checkup was in October and everything looked great. COuld I be pregnant? (Husband and I have been trying) or could this just be another yeast infection? Period is due in about a week.Thanks.
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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you have abdominal cramps and pinkish vaginal discharge now, and you are trying for the pregnancy..
your expected date is still 1 week far, wait will that date and if you dont get the regular periods, the present bleeding could be a implantation bleeding.. do urine pregnancy test with early morning urine sample and serum HCG levels, which is conclusive.. see your obstetrician in any case.. all the very best..
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