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Mid-cycle spotting, mild cramping with tender breasts. Had unprotected sex multiple times. Pregnancy chances?

hi, my period ended on July 5th and yesturday i noticed some redish/brownish blood (spotting) and its very light, some mild cramping and tender breast , but i just figure that was because of my last period. i am married and me and my husband do not wear condoms , he uses the pull out method but lately (since i have been off my period) we were having sex multipul times during the day. Is there any chance this is a sign of early pregnancy?
Asked On : Mon, 16 Jul 2012
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I really appreciate your concern looking to the history given here I could say that if you have frequent coitus then the chances of pregnancy need to be ruled out and in my opinion the beat option is ultrasonography test this is the authentic and accurate test would clear the doubt, take care and have a nice day.
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