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Had intercourse, not on birth control, light bleeding. Chances for pregnancy?

hi .. i would like to know if is it possible to get pregnant while you re having a light bleeding? but im not hoping to get pregnant again besides my baby is too liitle for be an older sister i really want to enjoy her first .. i just want to know if its possible because lately we contact without using birth control .. but im having a light bleeding i think it was almost a month .. its started when im using injectables.. until now i bleed light.. we have contact last time early in the morning .. is it possible? i hope its not.... im not really good at writing english i hope you can understand
Asked On : Mon, 2 Apr 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
what you can do now is,
consult your doctor undergo blood test for pregnancy,
depending on the result,
if comes positive, discuss your problem with your doctor and follow her advice,
if comes negative, use some regular contraceptive method till you want next pregnancy with your doctor's advice.
take care.
Answered: Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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