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Less menstrual bleeding. Pain around belly button. Could I be pregnant?

my period is due on 30th sep. but on 24th i have period but lil blood com out in the morning whole day is clear and again 2nd day the same in the morning and the third and fourth day bleeding flow is litle better frm ist day.... on 29 i m felling pinching like pain around my belly button, i never flt doctor said me take pregnancy test then tell her whts the result....................could i be preg.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Hi thanks for your question.Your periods were due on 30th of September,but you started bleeding 6 days before that is on 24th of September.But your flow was not as usual and was decreased.and you think your pregnant.This bleeding could be your altered normal also could be threatened abortion.It is better for you to go pregnancy test,that will differentiate between the two condition.Hope i answered your question
Answered: Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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