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Had miscarriage. On birth control. Had unprotected sex. Started lower back pain, spotting. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi I m 19 years old. I ve been on birth control and had unprotected sex. I ve gotten pregnant twice and miscarried. I had a unprotected sex a few weeks ago, again. The beginning of this week, I started having lower back pain and symptoms of another miscarriage . But this time it was different. I was bleeding dark blood one minute, the next, I had nothing coming out. Then I noticed blood clots. It started sunday and still going on today. Plus I m not supposed to get my period until this upcoming week. I ve been hurting. Could this be a sign of pregnancy?
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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Hi, Thanks for using Healthcaremagic.

If you had normal regular cycle in your previous cycle, then chances of bleeding due to abortion is less, as it started prior to date of onset of next cycle. You can confirm by getting UPT test done.

Answered: Thu, 29 May 2014
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