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Had bleeding after intercourse. Have cramps, sore breasts and tiredness. Taking pill and antibiotics. Pregnancy?

I had my period (with cramps which I don t usually get )on monday it stopped on Thursday, when having intercourse with my partner last night I started bleeding , It s stopped now but I ve had cramps all day, I ve been so so tired this week and a couple of weeks ago my breasts were really sore. I am on the pill but took anti biotics, is there any chance I could be pregnant?
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Your symptoms are not typical of pregnancy and if you suspect a deviation from your normal course of events, you can see a specialist for an opinion and a blood test for pregnancy and a trans-vaginal sonogram will help. You may need a local exam to exclude causes for the abnormal bleeding and cramps. It is more likely that you have a hormonal imbalance. Wish you good health.
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