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Light pink discharge, abdominal pain, tired, frequent urination. Pregnant?

Im just wondering my periods are normal every month except for this month it was very light mostly brown withonly once one day it was a dark red lasted for 4-5 days. And just earlier there Was a little bit of light pink gooey discharge when I wiped can I be pregnant or is it something else? Also I have strange pains just bellow my belly button well more like a tingle and my right side had hurted for a bit one day .. and been tired lately and frequently need to use the washroom.
Asked On : Fri, 4 May 2012
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Welcome to HCM forum

Yes there can be pregnancy and this type of bleeding is called threatened abortion

You should do pregnancy test in urine

If positive then you should get an ultrasound done

Other causes can be hormonal disturbances , hypothyroidism , anaemia and stress

Get your haemoglobin check up done

For pain take antispasmodics under doctor's guidance and prescription

Take care
Best wishes
Answered: Fri, 4 May 2012
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