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Have anemia, cramps, blood in urine. Could I be pregnant?

im 23 with mild anemia my period was scheduled for Tuesday but it was late and arrived the next day when it did I experienced cramps went to use the bathroom and urinated blood clot no blood in the toilet only when I wiped and the next day still little blood with blood clots along with I used a pad that whole entire day only used 2 and the bleeding stopped that night. Friday when I woke only saw blood when I wiped not enough to use a tampon or pad but used a pad just in case and no blood on it so switched to tampon it had a speck of blood with little pieces of blood clots by this time there was no blood in the toilet this spotting lasted til Saturday and no cramps usually my period is a medium flow along with little cramps in the first day the fourth day the lining of the uterus comes out it looks like a piece of meat with blood and my period is over this didn t happen this time....last month a normal 4 day period the month before that no period and in September it only lasted for a day with cramping and the rest spotting..............the blood is fresh blood im sexually active and had sex around the time of ovulation I use the pull out method..........could I be pregnant or is my period out of wack????
Asked On : Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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Pregnancy definitely needs to be ruled out.Do a urine pregnancy test first.If its positive you need an ultrasound asap.If its negative,just wait for your regular cycles to commence.Use a regular form of contraception.
Answered: Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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