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Delayed periods, only having spotting. Lightheaded, dizzy, cramping, pap shows spotting. Could I be pregnant ?

hi... my last regular period was december 25... the following month i was 2 weeks late and kept getting negative results with home/ blood test . i started feb. 9 and finished feb. 15 (on a friday)... all saturday, sunday, & monday i was fine... but on tuesday (the day of my annual) i started spotting brown... when the doctor did my pap he said that he even noticed i was spotting... he asked me how i felt and when my last regular period was... the doctor didn t understand why i was spotting and i have never spotted before... he wants me to wait 2/3 weeks to see if i get my period if not to do another blood work because sometimes blood work can also give a false negative... since those days i was late and even now i am very light headed, dizzy spells, cramping and pressure (i had that with my first pregnancy), constant urinating, dehydrated, spotted brown on tuesday, light pink of wednesday, white discharge yesterday, and today a little white but discharging a lot of wet fluids like i was peeing... could i be pregnant... please help!!!
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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The delay in periods with a mild spotting is likely to be due to pregnancy. Do get a urine pregnancy test done to find out. An ultrasound scan will help in definitive diagnosis.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal ,
Answered: Fri, 6 Sep 2013
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