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Pinking brown spotting. Had unprotected sex. Pregnancy test negative. Advice

My wife is Spotting 2 times this month, Can she be pregnant, because we had unprotected Sex around 1.5 weeks ago and havent had it since then. we took 3-4 tests and each one is negative, about a week ago and today just happened again. the color was pinkish brown but they also say that implantation bleeding can be red. Please help
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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First of all i would like to know whether her periods are regular or not?
Second thing with unprotected intercourse she can become pregnant,and the test comes positive on 22nd -23rd day if the periods are regular,but not necessary ,as if the hormone levels are not upto the mark it might be negative initially.

I would advice you to take up the test again today if she has spotting and if it is negative i would advice you to go for urgent ultrasonography of the pelvis to rule out ectopic pregnancy,which is also quite common.

Meet your doctor with the reports as soon as possible.

Don't worry,every thing would be fine.
Take care.

Dr. Om Lakhani
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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