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Pregnant, final trimester, have spotting. Taken shots to stop contractions post bleeding after intercourse. Sign of labor?

I had sex w/ my husband last night. I m 33 wks pregnant. At the end of intercourse there was a large amount of blood . I went to the hospital and i was contracting and they gave me 2 shots to stop my contractions, there is still blood this morning when I wipe myself, like a pink tinge. should i be worried or am i about to go into labor?
Asked On : Fri, 20 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
there may be possibility of local injury which might have led to bleeding as in pregnancy there will be increased blood supply to local organs,
placental causes or vessels of membranes covering the cervical os can also be causes for this,
if your doctors preformed ultrasound and told you that everything is good then no need to worry, if not you once undergo ultrasound to know the cause of the bleeding and continue progesterone injections or tablets to stop contractions and to control the bleeding.
take care.

Answered: Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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