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Can I be pregnant as I am having brown jellyish discharge and severe head ache ?

Hi there, i went off the contraceptive last year Nov. My last regular period was 04 April. I was late and done a preg test around 6 May but neg. My period then came on 11 May only for 2 days. Last week there was brown jellyish discharge and i have severe headaches and lower back pain . Can i be preganant?
Asked On : Mon, 23 May 2011
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Hi lydia;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
If you tested negative on 6th May and had bleeding on 11 th May then in all probability you are not pregnant.The first sign to suspect pregnancy is a missed period then nausea;vomiting;breast tenderness;giddiness and even low back pain.See if you have any of the other symptom than low back pain .The brown discharge can be some collected blood mixed with vaginal discharge.Less bleeding can be due to hormonal problem also and low back pain and headache due to work;tiredness also.Please get examined by a doctor and treated accordingly.
Answered: Mon, 23 May 2011
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