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Slight abdominal pain, constant headache, frequent urination. Had unprotected sex after D&C followed by spotting and continuous bleeding. Pregnancy chances?

I just recently had a d&c on June 1 ! I bled for two weeks after the surgery and when the bleeding stopped , the next day me and my partner had unprotected sex. After having sex I went to the restroom and seen that I was starting to spot. The next day the spotting had stopped and I was bleeding like I would during a menstrual cycle. The continous bleeding continued for a couple days. I then start to spot again for 1 day then the bleeding stopped. It is now July 9th and I have been having slight abdominal pains, constant headaches and very frequent urination . Could I be pregnant again so soon? please help!
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
The chances of you being pregnant are extremely low. Usually ovulation resumes about 3 weeks post an abortion but it could take anything between 2-10 weeks.
So even if you were ovulating, bleeding after that almost eliminates the chance if you getting pregnant.
Your symptoms do sound like those of a urinary tract infection. Please drink plenty of water; a cup of cranberry juice every day and see your physician for a course of oral antibiotics like ciprofloxacin.
Hope this helps
Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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