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Had unprotected sex. Spotted blood. Am I pregnant?

First day of my last menstruation was August 24 and I m already in my 44 day cycle(October 10) but still no period. i took 2 hpt and both came out negative. I ve had an unprotected sex with my partner september 27, 4 days after, i went to the toilet and i saw a drop of blood so i thought my period is about to come then after few hours i checked my pad and there was no blood, I even tried putting my clean finger just to check it and yes there was really no blood. few days after I ve noticed a lot of egg white CM and then it stopped after 3 days. I took my first hpt October 5 and it came out negative and just this morning i tried another hpt and it came out negative as well.. I am really confused right now. am I pregnant or there s something wrong with my body?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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You can just do serum beta hCG(blood test) & one ultrasound scan to confirm/rule out pregnancy.
Answered: Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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