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Spotting, light bleeding, stomach cramps after unprotected sex. Is it due to pregnancy or infection?

GoodAfternoon, I Have had unprotected sex with my boyfriend on my last day of my period, then on two other days after that (basically saturday and sunday) now i am experiencing some spotting, very light bleeding , very light pink blood , and sometimes dark brown, i am also experiencing light stomach cramps , could this mean pregnancy or an infection,
Asked On : Sun, 8 Jul 2012
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HI sho-t.

THANKS FOR YOUR QUESTION.

THAT DOESNOT MEAN PREGNANCY.IT IS EITHER INFECTION OR GENITAL TRACT INJURY DURING INTERCOURSE. BUT YOU CANNOT EXCLUDE PREGNANCY SO FIRST DO A URINE TEST FOR HCG TO EXCLUDE PREGNANCY.THEN CONSULT A GYNECOLOGIST WHO WILL CLINICALLY EXAMINE YOUR GENITALIA AND MAY GIVE TWO/THREE BLOOD INVESTIGATION.THAT WILL DIAGNOSE THE CASE AND GIVE PROPER ADVISE.

DONT BE WORRY AND MY ADVISE IF YOU DONT WANT BABY IN THE NEXT TIME PLEASE USE PRECAUTION BEFORE INTERCOURSE.

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DR SOURAV GANGULY
Answered: Sun, 8 Jul 2012
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