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Unprotected sex, white discharge with blood, mild abdominal cramps. Chances of pregnancy?

so my husband and i had unprotected sex 2 days ago and last night i went pee and when i wiped i had egg like discharge with some blood and i gave birth almost 10 months ago and i never got my period back im experiencing mild cramps on my left side of my abdomen does that mean im pregnant.and im breast feeding but also substituting it with formula. please help.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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The blood in discharge you saw could be related to your periods. It is normal for the periods to delay after giving birth due to breast feeding.

I suggest to wait for more days to see if your periods would appear. Do not expect to have heavy periods but brown discharge or pinkish blood. It will not last long. By the next months onwards you might see a complete menstrual bleeding.

All the best!
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