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Light periods, pink spotting, pain in the breast. Pregnant?

I had a 2 day period it was very light and then probably a week and a half later followed light pink spotting when I wiped. It stopped 3 days later and thwn my left breast hurt so bad it was tender all throughout my breast and under my armpit and it was like this for about 3 day what is going on ia there a chance im pregnant
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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If you are regular with your cycles and are not on any contraception, you may test for pregnancy with a fresh early morning sample of urine and get a trans-vaginal sonogram. You could be suffering from hormonal disturbance if pregnancy is excluded. This may happen due to sudden weight disturbances, stress, infections, use of some medications, polycystic ovaries, hyperprolactinemia and so on. Please see a specialist for further evaluation. Take care.
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