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Had unprotected sex, light brown bleeding, negative pregnancy test, gaining weight, bigger breasts. What is going on?

I was wondering a couple things.. first - me & my faience have had unprotected sex for almost everyday of last month ejaculated into me every time . I have always had regular periods but I was late but had a light bleeding & it has been off & on. But its almost brown blood & the other days have been almost light pink. I took 3 pregnancy but they came up negative. My boobs have gotten bigger & I have gained a little weight .. what is going on? -
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jun 2012
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Thanks for the question.In view of details there is very good chance that you are pregnant.Urine pregnancy tests are not always reliable.You can consider blood HCG test and if there has been significant delay of few weeks in your period then get a sonography done.Sonography can help to know if you are pregnant or if there is any other reason for bleeding.Thank you.
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