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Light bleeding, frequent urination, more apetite, drowsiness, abdominal cramps. Pregnant?

Hi, my name is India and i have a few questions about why my oidy has been doin crazy things. The beginnging of this month of October has been weird. Three weeks ago i had my period but i was just spotting light/red bleeding and wen i starting spottin da first day it stopped but then next day i started spottin again and it had stopped then. Ever since that happen i been eatin more frequent urination sleepin more n everyone keeps sayin im gaining weight far as my stomach . I ve also have been habin lower stomach pains n pelvic . Two days ago i was crampin n da next day dats wen i startin spottin this light period dat omly lasted for two days. May i b pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Your symptoms are very vague. I mean to say this kind of mild spotting can occur in pregnancy as a result of Implantation, known as implantation bleeding.

It could also occur even in the absence of Pregnancy due to hormonal imbalance.

The only way to find this out is to wait until your next period date. You if occurs as usual, you are not pregnant. If it is delayed, do a home urine pregnancy test.

If this kind of spotting occurs in more than 3 cycles, then please get it evaluated by a Transvaginal ultrasound by a skilled Gynecologist.

All the best and get well soon.
Answered: Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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