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Cramps in abdomen after intercourse, light pink discharge. Could be pregnant ?

My fertile days are from 1/8-1/13 my ovulation date is 1/13. My last period was 12/31-1/5. Me and my partner had intercourse on 1/8 today is the 13th I ve been having period like cramps in my abdomen today went to bathroom wiped it was light pink. Could i be pregnant or is this implantation bleeding? I am confused about what is going on. I took my BBT around 7:30pm and it read 98.56F I ve also noticed last week waking up a couple of days with low back pain...
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Since you had sex on the first day of fertile period,at this stage it cannot be said your pregnant or not.Implantation bleeding takes place between 6 and 12 day of ovulation at an average 9 days after ovulation.So if you will concieve from this sexual act,your implantation bleeding would be around 22nd.The vaginal discharge and pain abdomen could be due to yeast infection of vagina.I would suggest you to wait for your periods,if you miss your next due periods,wait for a week and go for pregnancy test to confirm or rule out pregnancy.For vaginal dicharge and abdominal pain consult nearby physician.
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Answered: Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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