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Noticed pale pink color blood on wiping before periods. Pregnancy chances?

Hi, I am slightly concerned that their is a possibility I could be pregnant, I m not due on my period for either 6 or 12 days (very irregular) however each month for the last 3 or 4 months I have noticed blood when I wipe myself after passing urine (approximately 7 or 10 days prior to when my period is due), it is a very pale pink colour usually but this month it is more a brown colour? I have recently split up from my ex partner & gotten back with my old boyfriend & now I m scared. Can you help me please?
Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

The chances of hormonal imbalance causing your problems are more, as it is a typical presentation in people with hormonal imbalance.

I would ask you to get examined by a gynaecologist and be put on appropriate treatment with hormone supplements.

Wish you good health
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