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Was pregnant, have cramps, tried sex, painful, sore breasts. What is going on?

hey i found out this past monday that i was pregnant by the health department and the other day me and my boyfriend rtried havin sex he had to stop because it hurt really bad the health department thnks i am about six weeks but wont know until the 28th of this month for my first baby docter appointment but i spotted alittle and only bleed once after we stopped could it be because it hurt or what i have cramps on my right and left side when i lay down at night my boobs and all sore still sore an i am still sleepy alot this is my first pregnancy
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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The mild spotting in the early pregnancy is commonly seen due to implantation bleeding. Rest of your symptoms are also related to pregnancy. Avoid having sex and in case the bleeding is recurrent then consider visiting your gynecologist.
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Answered: Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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