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Unprotected sex, light bleeding, cramps, tender breasts, headaches, frequent urination. Negative pregnancy test. Causes?

Hi i have been having unprotected sex and my period is supposed to start on the seventh of this month but yesterday i went to the bathroom and had some light bleeding and cramps but the cramps are different from what i have when its time for my period to come on and i noticed how my breast are tender and larger but i took two test and they were negative i have felt dizzy,light headed,back aches and going to the bathroom please help me
Asked On : Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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Thanks for query,
The first possibility is of starting of period.some times initially you got light bleeding.
The second possibility is of spotting of pregnancy.
Your pregnancy test is early for 2 days as you are suppose to take it after 8th september.
The other symptoms like tenderness in breast Or dizzyness is common in both.
so wait for 2-3 days & then take pregnancy test again.
Answered: Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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