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Trying to conceive since years, had spotting instead of period that increased with intercourse. Suggestions?

Hi, my husband and I have been trying to conceive for about two years now and no luck. These past two weeks I ve been spotting and I didn t have a period. We had intercourse which made more blood come out it looked like. But it did not smell like period blood nor was it enough for period blood. I ve been feeling different, kind of like Im pregnant. I just need answers and suggestions. Please.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Firstly, you did not say if you have regular 28-35 day cycles, if any investigations were performed and when was your last period prior to this. If you missed a period prior to this spotting episode with a past history of regular cycles, then it is more likely that you have a threatened abortion. You can get a pregnancy test done and then see a gynecologist as you need further investigations and treatment. Take care.
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