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High temperature, breast tenderness, cramps and pinkish spotting. Implantation bleeding?

Last week I was having temperature gradually rising by 8 degrees each day. I had most pregnancy syptoms without breast tenderness and cramps . Wed and thurday I had pink spotting as if it was an implantation bleeding . This morning I woke up with temperature of 98.1, all current syptoms plus tenderness in breast. My husband I had morning intercourse during the time it was hurting me. After I had peach flesh looking sac drop out of vagina with little bright pink, I wiped rest of the pink which is sticky and odorless than I continue to bleed and drop clots. is this still a possible pregnancy or is this a cycle?
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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it is unlikely that you may be pregnant. your history looks like you got your menses. the symptoms of breast tenderness and mild fever can be there even in prementrual period. you didnot mention when you got last periods? if it is more than a month i.e one and half to 2 months then only may be you are pregnant and bleeding now as a feature of abortion. if you got bleeding with in or at one month, it may not be pregnancy may be it is normal cycle with passing clots. so possible prenancy is incorrect.
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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