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Had natural miscarriage and clinical abortion in the past. Trying to conceive. Cramps with pinkish discharge. Pregnant?

hi m 33 years female with 5 years old kid had one clinical abortion n one natural miss carraige las nov.. now v are planing baby had taken fertile tablets frm 5 day of my period n my period was on 7 jan 2013 today is my fifteen day of the cycle v r very active in sex n since last two days m experincing little cramps n back ache n just now i chked a light pink discharge is the dat i m pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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It is too early to say whether you have conceived. The slight spotting could be due to various reasons like ovulation bleeding, cervical and vaginal causes and breakthrough bleeding that occurs occasionally. You have to wait till you are due for your next period or if you want to confirm whether you are pregnant prior to that, you may get a serum beta-hCG test done one week before you are due. Consult your doctor for further suggestions. Take care.
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