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Trying to conceive, light pink spotting, mild cramps. Pregnancy symptoms?

Hi . I had a miscarriage June 14 and since than I have been ttc again. My last period was Aug. 1st-5th. The last week i have been spotting, not enough to get on my undies. its only when i wipe but noticable. It started a light red than pink now it s a brown and pink mix. its on and off but has been there pretty much everyday this week. I have mild cramping also. Im wondering whats going on , could i be pregnant or is ther somthing wrong ith my body?
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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There are two possibilities- firstly, you could be having disturbed cycles as is usual sometimes after a miscarriage; or a threatened abortion. You can perform a blood test for pregnancy and follow it up with a sonogram in consultation with your doctor as your spotting is persisting along with pain. Do not lift weights, take bed rest and avoid intercourse until your condition is diagnosed. Take care.
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