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Had unprotected sex, pink vaginal discharge, negative pregnancy test. Confused

Hi i am 29 year old have 7 year old son. Trying for 2nd preg since few months in july i was on follicle study on 17th my follicle ruptured n dr gave injection but exactly on time on2nd i got my period lasts 3 days then in september on 3rd day went to dr he gave me somel tab ovofox after that i did t go to dr and exactly on 2nd i got my period but lasts only two days n slight headech abdomen pain back pain n on10 11th day slight swelling on top of my left foot and also i took home pregnency urine test on 5th day of my day i had unprotected sex next morning dark pinkish vaginal dischargeperiopdon 15th on 6th octo it was negative but still i feel iam pregnant iam very confused please helpon
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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What i gained from your question is that you were under treatment of infertility and you had scanty flow this cycle , but HPT is negative .Well , i cant deny the possibility of a pregnancy, though its is negative as it sometimes is, an early ones,I think you can go for a vaginal ultrasound after two weeks.If your pain abdomen is persisting with persisting discharge per vaginum you can go for the ultrasound even earlier.You need not take any hormonal tabs for infertility this cycle.
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Answered: Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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