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Have cramps and white cervical mucus. Had miscarriage. Normal?

Hey. I had a natural miscarriage almost 3 weeks ago. I have been having cramps and watery, white cervical mucus , much like the cervical mucus i had when i was pregnant. I was wondering what this is due to.. I have had unprotected sex a few times following a week after the miscarriage also. I m not really sure what to think, is this normal? or could i be pregnant again?
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

If you are presently not using any contraception then it is possible that you can become pregnant again.
The only way to determine this would be a pregnancy test, either a home test or a blood HCG level by your doctor.

The home tests are usually accurate. They can detect the HCG hormone 11 to 14 days after conception.If this time period has not passed as yet , you may want to consider waiting a few days before doing the test.

I hope this helps and wish you the best
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