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Intermittent bleeding, nausea, vomiting. Pregnant?

Hi Ive been worried I started my period on 10-13-12 nd wen I was on my period It was brown throgh 10-21-12 Then I started it started it again on 10-24-12 but the 10-23-12 I had sex and he came in me an the next day started my period again nd it started 10-24-12 nd ended10-26-12 then the 10-27-12 started but this time I was bleeding light reddish nd ended 11-4-12 what does it mean could I be pregnet I also been feeling like throwing up and for the first time yesterday I throw up and my stomach been feeling weird
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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Firstly, if you were getting regular cycles previously and not using any contraception, then it is more likely that you could be either having a threatened abortion or less likely, suffering from a metropathic cycle. You need a blood test for confirmation of pregnancy as well as a sonogram to diagnose. You should see a gynecologist for examination and further management. Meanwhile, avoid intercourse, take bed rest and avoid stress. Good luck.
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