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Unprotected sex, light pink vaginal spotting, tingling sensation, numbness in vagina. Pregnancy symptoms?

Hello, My boyfriend and i have unpprotected sex quite often. I got my period on the 1st of january and it ended on the 4th of january. Just yesterday (january 21) I started spotting light pink and it continued today. My vagina is somewhat tingling everytime I go to the restroom and it s numb through out the day. I don t know if it s a sign of pregnancy or something. He did go in me all the times we made love. Please help!
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012
Hello,

Thank you for placing your query

From your description, you are most likely having an implantation bleeding which usually presents with spotting (pink or brownish discharge) a couple of days after having unprotected sex during or around your ovulation period. I think the chances of pregnancy is high but the only way of course of knowing that is by doing a pregnancy test ( only dosage of beta hCG in blood can be positive. urine strip can not show positive now because of the time) or you get a pelvic ultrasound done which might not still see pregnancy. It could still be a complication of pregnancy such as threatened spontaneous abortion (it means the pregnancy is already in tact but because of unknown reasons, you might be having a miscarriage)
Another thing is that, you could still be suffering from intermenstrual bleeding due to wide range of causes that will need to be identified by your gynobs.
First thing to do is to rule out pregnancy, then the next thing if pregnancy is not positive, you consult with your gynobs for further evaluation and management.

Hope this helps
Answered: Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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