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Had chlamydia, pregnant. Started painful bleeding after intercourse. What are the complications?

Hi... i just found out i was pregnant about a week and a half ago... my fiance and i just had intercourse and i was lightly bleeding after... i have very little pain... but there is pain... I also had clymida when i was 7 and was told i may not be able to have kids... so i am very scared... i have not had an altursound yet and was told by the clinic that i could be 6 to 11 weeks... and about a week ago i layed in bed curled up with some pain... i just wanna know what to do...everything i read scares me... i have never had a baby before... and don t have a doctor yet... my hip is also in alot of pain Nevermind... thanks for the answer but i lost my baby on the 29
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
previous chlamydial infection may lead to infertility but after once getting pregnant it may not affect much,
the cause of your post coital bleed could be increased blood supply to local genital organs during pregnancy,
anyhow you once consult local gynecologist and get physical examination and ultrasound,
by this you can found out the status of your internal organs,
gestational age of the fetus,
and any local pathology.
take care.

Answered: Wed, 27 Jun 2012
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