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Brown vaginal discharge, womb infection. Discharge stopped with antibiotics, negative pregnancy test. How can pregnancy occur?

Hi, im wandering if you can help me, on the 7/6/12 i went to see my doctor as for 4 days i was getting thick brown vaginal discharge he said i may have a womb infection and gave me some antibiotics which i took regularly and the discharge soon stopped however i was due to come on 22/6/12 and didnt i have taken 2 pregnancy tests that say negative im normally very regular with a 35 day cycle. i have been trying for a baby for 6 months.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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I really appreciate your concern looking to the history given here, I could say that if this was the infection of the uterine cavity then it is very likely that you would get the menses late, and this would not be indication of pregnancy, in my opinion it would be better to get done the ultrasonography test this would show the whether the every thing is oaky or not, hope this information helps you, have a nice day.
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