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Spotting after having unprotected sex. Cramps, back pain, headache, hard breasts

hi. my last period was dec.25 and jan.1 I had unprotected sex. my next period was supposed to be around the 24 or 25 but I was 3 days late until 28, where I started bleeding . I thought it was my period but it is bleeding on my pad alittle but when I sit to pee or am on the toilet 5 to 10 blood clots come out. very squishy dark red ones, mucus typeones to. also had a jelly brown covered with blood like thing come out? don t know what it could be? a miscarriage? having bad cramps every 30 minutes or so and painful back pains and in the but area to. constant headaches also. rock hard boobs.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Hello Good Evening,

According to your description, you might be gone through missed abortion.
The theory between your conception that, your egg met to sperm on 8th day of your menstrual cycle, which is less possible but not impossible.
So you got pregnant, but due to some unknown reasons you gone through miscarriage, which can be happens in around 25% pregnancies without a specific reason.
So be watchful on your bleeding now, and do a visit to gynecologist for a USG for confirmation of abortion and conservative management.


Dr. Naresh Jain
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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