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Spotting periods, light brown and light red spotting, unprotected sex, cramps

I started my period on time, but it s not an usual period. It s really light like spotting, when I pee the toilet water is red but when I wipe, it s like light brown & light red. I usually start off really heavy then proceed too a lighter period. My fiancé & I has had unprotected sex on the 17th 18th 20th & the 23rd. I supposedly ovulated in the 25th or 26th. These periods in having I do need a pad, but I could wear the pad for two days without it soaking through. What is it? I started on the 8th, I had HORRIBLE cramps right along with the 9th HORRIBLE cramps, I thought it was going to get heavier but it stayed light. The 10th my cranps where normal & today I barely have them. But I know they re there. I ve had unprotected sex on the 17th 18th 20th & 23rd of march & I supposedly ovulated on the 25th or 26th. I haven t took any HPTs. Any suggestions? Problems?
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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Pregnancy is a possibility. Take a home pregnancy test. Home pregnancy tests are very accurate if done correctly. The test must be read at the correct time. Do not read it too early or too late. If pregnancy occurs and there is bleeding, there is concern for possible miscarriage or tubal pregnancy. A Dr should be seen to order bloodwork and an ultrasound in the event of pregnancy.
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