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Spotting after intercourse post missed periods, negative pregnancy test, get slight cramps on lower abdomen, nausea, tiredness. Pregnant?

I missed my period and my last one was towards the end of July, I am sexually active & last Saturday I had intercourse & now I am spotting every time I wipe but nothing on my pad, I took a pregnancy test 2 days ago but it came out negative, and I ve Been getting slight cramps on my lower abdomen & also feel nauseous and tired could I possibly be pregnant?
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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If you are regularly menstruating previously, the first thing to be suspected now is pregnancy. The spotting could possibly be post coital as it sometimes happens due to pressure effects in early pregnancy. HPTs do not always give positive result in early pregnancy owing to the low hCG values in urine and these tests being less sensitive. Yet, avoid coitus and weight lifting and take bed rest. I advice you to see a gynecologist for diagnosis and further treatment. Take care.
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