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Had period, been having unprotected sex, light spotting later. Chance of pregnancy?

Hi I m currently 10 weeks after a d and c and stopped bleeding after 2 and half weeks. I got my period on jan 4 and stopped bleeding jan 7. I have been having unprotected sex. On jan 20,day 17 of my cycle I started spotting and light bleeding. I am not on any birth control pill and have been off bc since June. This spotting/ light bleeding has been going on for 3 days already. What could this be from? Does this mean that I have no chance of getting pregnant this month?
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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You did not mention the reason for your D&C. If you had it for an abortion, it is likely that you did not have an ovulatory cycle and are having a breakthrough bleeding. Otherwise, it is likely to be the ovulation bleeding that can sometimes continue for more than a day. It is too early to comment on your chances of pregnancy now. You should wait for your next cycle to think further. Take care.
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