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Missed period, spotting, brownish discharge, shortness of breath, abdominal cramps after having sex few days ago. Pregnant?

Hi, so I recently missed my period. I got my last two periods on June 16 and July 17. This month of August, I didn t get it. Instead, three days later, I had a spotty period, it was brown and weak and had it for almost a week. I have been feeling bloated and short of breath. I have been getting lower pain cramps and backaches. I had protected sex, using a condom with my boyfriend three times in August a few weeks before I recently moved to my new apartment on August 16. My boyfriend and I use a condom and we make sure that there are no holes and he pulls it out before he ejaculates. I have also been stressed for the past few months but it s weird because I had my period. I m very concerned, please help!
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Hi DEAR thanks for question on HCM,you and your boy friend had protected sex on august 16 and thee times before that in month of august,and your periods were due on august 17th.dear relax if you had sex on 16th and period started on 17th,though scanty,you cannot become pregnant.however pregnancy from your previous sexual act in month of august cannot be ruled out,there is also a possibility that you conceived from you previous sexual act,and the type of cycle you described could be a incomplete abortion,the best thing for you is go for pregnancy ,test,and if it came positive for pregnancy,go for ultra sound to look for incomplete abortion,and if turns out to be incomplete abortion ,consult some gynecologist,so that she can complete the abortion.
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