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Does traces of blood in urine a day after having unprotected sex mean pregnancy ?

Last night I had sex with my husband and when I woke up this morning to pee there was little streaks of blood in my urine. Is it possible that I am pregnant? We have unprotected sex alot.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Aug 2011
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hi welcome to HCM.1st sign of pregnancy is amenorrhoea.bleeding is a sign of infection or trauma not of pregnancy,and with in a night you cant diagnose pregnancy.if you miss a next period then go for urine pregnancy test after one week of missed period ok
Answered: Tue, 2 Aug 2011
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hello, well blood in th urine do not indicate pregnancy at all. ( it may be because of any infection, any genital tract injury, of a renal stone) the only way to be sure is to do UPT ( urine pregnancy test). unprotected sex before a night cant cause pregnancy immedeately!! but if its done since last few days then go for UPT .
Answered: Tue, 2 Aug 2011
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