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Trying to concieve, missed period, spotting, pinkish discharge. Pregnant?

I been feeling abit weird because of my period not coming this month but yesterday night I went to the toilet when I got up I look at my. Tissue and. I saw very light orange and pink . I went to the dr to get checked up about seeing if I was. Pregnant. Or not I done a morning urine and. They I got this orange pink tissue. Is it something I should be scared and. Worried about . Me and. My partner. Have. Been trying for a baby many times but. I just can t. Pregnant. And now I m crossing my fingers and. Hoping that I am pregnant
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
if you are having regular cycles and had unprotected intercourse around the time of ovulation and if your husband's seminal parameters are normal then there is possibility for pregnancy,
your urine test probably can detect the possibility of pregnancy, if not as urine pregnancy test kits are sometimes may not detect early pregnancy due to less sensitivity you can go for blood test with your doctor's advice.
take care.
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