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Had unprotected sex, have a light cramping with slight spotting. Is it implantation bleeding?

I had unprotected sex a few days ago and was due to start my period yesterday. I am very regular within a couple days and normally i have some pretty good cramps a day or two before i start. I started today and never had more than very light crampiness beforehand. When i started it was light pink and thats never happened before. Is it possible that I m pregnant and it is implantation bleeding? i am feeling crampy right now but not bad.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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If you had unprotected sex during the second week after the end of periods then there are chances you might be pregnant. however the best method to diagnose the pregnancy at this early stage can be done by Beta HCG which will show the levels of hormones if increased will signify pregnancy.

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