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Delayed periods, light bleeding, dark red blood on urination. Chances of pregnancy?

hi my name is xxxxxi am worried because my period was late and when it did come it was every light this is about my second day and it is still light but when i go to the toilet there is a bit more blood and it is like a dark red i tuck a pregnancy and it said i was not pregnant but when i tuck it there was blood in my pee i am worried could i be pregnant ??
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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Hello and wleocme to HCM

Periods are all together absent in case of pregnancy.
If in doubt pregnancy test will tell about the pregnancy status.
If blood is present in urine, a urine test must be taken after consulting your doctor.. If the blood is present in urine further investigations will be undertaken to find out the cause of blood in urine.

In case your periods are irregular, you can visit your gynaecologist for further work up.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal

Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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