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Had intercourse, been having dryness and irritation, nauseated. Is it pregnancy?

Hi, my last period I only had it for 2 days which was not normal for me and I am on the pill , me and my husband had intercourse a few times since my period and i have been experiencing dry and irratation and I woke up this morning with a light pink discharge??? Do you this I have an infection? Im half way through my pills. before my last period i was getting nausated every mornign for a week or so, but i feel fine now, i don t believe i m pregnant, we already have 2 children so I kinda know the feeling of being pregnant but I have been reading some question answers online and it seems like this problem could be pregnancy???
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thank you for your query.
It is too early yet for you to experience any symptoms of pregnancy.
Moreover, being on the pill can lead to altered bleeding patterns, and most probably, this is the cause of your spotting.
Dryness and irritation is common in the immediate post menstrual phase.
If you miss your periods, you can check for a pregnancy test .
take care.
Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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