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Trying to conceive. Light spotting. Any problems with pregnancy?

Hi doctor, I had a colposcopy done last friday but had sex that tuesday same week and im tryinh to concieve i had very light spotting for 3 days and it went away. Now I had sex again yesterday nighy which was Thursday and now im have light bleeding again is this normal is this going to ruin my chances on getting pregnant?
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

You are suffering from irregular spotting or bleeding for few days. There are several reasons like implantation bleeding, local blunt injury during sex, hormonal imbalance, mental stress/ tension, thyroid disturbance, uterine pathology (like polyp), cervical reason etc. These may hamper regular ovulation time and leads to conceiving problem.

Need to investigate properly to rule out underlying pathology by pelvic ultrasound, hormonal assay, endometrial biopsy etc. So consult with your gynecologist and take suggestive measures.

Avoid stress, take healthy diet with Vit-E & Folic acid supplements, control body wt and proper sleep. In addition, you should monitor your ovulation time by using ovulation prediction kit (LH kit) to maximise chance of pregnancy.

Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 29 Oct 2013
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