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Frequent urination with light blood. No burning. Had unprotected sex. Pregnancy?

I had unprotected sex last week and the week before now I'm peeing frequently and when I pee it feels almost orgasmic no burning sensation and every time I wipe from peeing there is blood not a lot just small and light pink I took a pregnancy test today and it said negative could I possibly be pregnant though?! Or is it something else
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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If you find blood while passing urine, you should exclude its presence in the urine. Please get a urine microscopy done. Also, you can conceive from unprotected intercourse only if it happens around the fertile period. Since you did not say when you had your last period and if you are regular with your cycles, it is difficult to say if you could have conceived. Yet, if you have a doubt, you can get a serum beta-hCG test if you are not sure when you may expect your period, at least 2 weeks after the unprotected intercourse. Hope I have clarified your doubt. Take care.
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