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Late period. Spotting, nausea, fatigue. Had unprotected sex during last period. Pregnant?

my last period was Feb 15, then again Marc 15. On the third day of my period in march i had unprotected sex, and my perio and stopped. my period lasts 5 days. this month my period was late and i spotted for a few days and bled very little. i have had a little spotting still, and it is lasting longer than my period. i have nausea and fatigue
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Thanks for your question.
I suggest you should have a pregnancy test as soon as possible as you may have conceived during your last cycle. You should also have a trans-vaginal ultrasound to find out the cause of your abnormal bleeding pattern. This may be a sign of a local pelvic pathology, hormonal imbalance, or an ongoing pregnancy complication.
It is unwise to have sex during periods as chances of infection is increased. You may acquire a STI more easily during this period. It is better to use barrier protection to decrease chances of infection.
Hope this clears your query.
Best regards.
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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