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Taking Clomid. Now brown bleeding before expected period. Could I be pregnant?

I have been in clomid for 2 cycles now on my third but last month I started three days before my expected period I m usually a 28 day cycle. Then I just started on Friday witch would be 2 days before my expected period this time it was dark brown and kinda heavy then stopped today witch is Sunday could I be pregnant or was it my period I started my 3rd round if clomid also the day I started
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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Hello madam,
well, this type of bleeding can be sort of symptom of a biochemical pregnancy loss.Many times these can be a natural but we tend to forget them.These are on many occasions nature's process of elimination of bad conceptus,so nothing to worry. Alternatively these can be disturbance in your cycle as a result of hormonal imbalance .But since you have already had heavy flow,the chances of pregnancy now is remote .So you can continue the third cycle of clomid.
Good luck, bye
Answered: Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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