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Getting brown blood after an unprotected sex. Is it implantation spotting or mid cycle spotting ?

My girlfriend and i had protected sex 3 times in a row last january 3, 2011. her last menstrual period was last december 19, 2010. yesterday january 8, 2011 he noticed that there was a blood followed when she urinated she described it as kinda brown in color, a day before that she had cervical mucus and on the day that she saw the brownish blood stuff with her urine her cervical mucus was just minimal to none. She didnt also noticed any blood when she wiped her vagina. since then she didnt noticed the brownish stuff.. is she pregnant?
Asked On : Sun, 9 Jan 2011
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Thanks for query,
You had consecutive 3 days sex during most risky days,off course protected but chances of having pregnancy can not be ruled out.
The blood she show may be break through bleeding.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Tue, 23 Aug 2011
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