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Trying to conceive, on follicular study, have light bleeding post intake of susten and hcg injection. Pregnant or not?<br>

Hi I want ask that I m ttc from last three years and done my leproscopy in dec 2011. This march 7th I hady periods and I go through the folllicular study n ovulated on 21st march by hcg injection . Than from 25th march I was on susten 100 daily for ten days. On 4th april I had very light bleeding for few hours and spotting for next day. I was sure that these were not my periods but still I dnt hv pregnancy symptoms nor periods. I am very curious to know what is going in my body. I am pregnant or mot. My periods are very regular with heavy flow for first two days and medium on third days. Kindly suggest.
Asked On : Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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Thanks for writing to us.
The mild spotting you had on 4th april is likely to be an implantation bleeding. You need to check your urine for pregnancy using a sensitive kit available in the market. Your periods are already overdue by 4 days. To be more sure, you can get your serum beta- hcg levels evaluated.
It is not necessary to have pregnancy signs and symptoms right from the first day. They may appear late in some cases.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.


Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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