Had sex, light pink bleeding, HPT negative. Could i be pregnant?
I am currently 13 days late. I think I do have some of the symptoms of pregnancy but I brush them off I don t want my hopes to high! I notice that the next day after having sex with my fiance I would spot this pinkish watery stuff. Only for a day. Well last night we had intercourse and I spotted...
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Late periods with light spotting after urination. Pregnant?
It has been 36days since the start of my last period. I have been averaging 31days a cycle. I took a test 6 days ago with neg result then again 5 days ago same result. I have been having light spotting when wiping after urinating for 4 days of n on. When i had my daughter i was ill a mth into...
I am 24 weeks and im having light pink spotting after urinating. Should I be worried?
Go for Urine tests. It will take the worry off. It will also help the physician come to a diagnosis. If it is related to genital tract, some other tests may be needed.
My period was due yesterday but all i got was a very light pink now nothing i havw light cramps off and on i am 36
you can wait for some days more as there can be some days gap as age increases
if after few days if not get it checked from gynaec
I have my last period on 7.10.2013.i did home pregnency test which got a faint pink line and disappeard after 10 min.do iam pregnent n i have pcos and underwegt
Thanks for your query.
If you have missed your periods and the pregnancy test showed a faint line; it is quite possible that you are pregnant. Please repeat the urine test in 2-3 days and see a gynaecologist.
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