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Due for period. Started spotting. Had sex, withdrew. Can it be pregnancy symptom?

Hi I was 8 days late for my period as of yesterday, started spotting watery light, almost unseen brown, only when i wipe and barely any in my underwear . I have a blood pregnancy test scheduled for 2 days from now. I have been having unprotected sex (withdrawl) for the last 3 months. My last period was march 25th and I m.usually 30 days for my this just a weird period?
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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Please be clear about the date of your last period. If you have been having unprotected intercourse and as withdrawal method has a high failure rate, the chances of pregnancy are very high. The discharge could be due to early pregnancy. You should get a urine pregnancy test done with a fresh sample of early morning urine and if the test result is ambiguous, go for a blood test and a sonogram. Please contact your gynecologist for further advice. Take care.
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