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Pain in the breasts and lower abdomen after doing the HCG diet. Pinkish vaginal discharge. Implantation bleeding?

Hi. I was doing the hcg diet for 13 days and stopped 3 days ago because of pain in breasts and my right lower abdomen . The pain stopped. However I am wondering if I could be pregnant because I had sex only once the day after my last period which was July 8 (my period was July 4) I should be starting my period soon. However today I saw that I was spotting which is pink/red colored. Can the pink colored spotting be from being on hcg and loosing weight or could it be implantation bleeding?
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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While on hcg diet it will be better to be informed from the literature available with the product regarding side effects of the product.
It is basically a hormonal product that regulate the metabolic functions during pregnancy through hypothalamus .
some times ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome may occur .
As you are having pain lower abdomen ,better will be to get a check up with gynecologist and an u s g done to rule out any abnormality.
intercourse on 8th july and lmp being 4th july rules out any possibility of pregnancy .The bleeding may be due to some hormonal changes . please get a check up and take treatment as required.
Hope you be all right soon
Answered: Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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