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Regular spotting, have low grade fever, fatigue, body ache, positive pregnancy test. Is pregnancy possible with regular spotting?

Ive had spotting daily for the past two months, and for the last week I ve had a low grade fever and fatigue , body ache and sore throat , cough, headache . I took a pregnancy test this morning and it was positive. No clue how far along I may be, since I ve been bleeding daily for two months. Why would I be bleeding if I m pregnant?
Mon, 21 Apr 2014
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Hi, spotting while pregnant could suggest either an implantation bleeding or be a sign of miscarriage. I would suggest you get an ultrasound for wellbeing of pregnancy and consult your gynaec accordingly. Also I hope you didnot take any medication for the cough and sore throat which may be detrimental to the pregnancy if taken without keeping the safety of the pregnancy in mind. For that again you would need your gynaec's advice.
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