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abnormal period, slight bleeding, cramping and nausea

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My period was due on the 20th. On the 21 I had slight bleeding, only noticeable when i wiped and after the first time There was no more bleeding. On the 22 i had brown discharge, and on the 23 i had slight bleeding again which was only when i wiped once. since then I've been cramping and feeling nausea and tired( I am getting over a sore throat so i'm not sure if that has anything to do with it) I haven't bleed or had brown discharge since the 23. Now it is just creamy white discharge. I was wondering what all the causes could possible be.
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replied September 30th, 2011
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

If you had unprotected intercourse then chances are there that you might be pregnant.Your symptoms as spotting, decreased bleeding,nausea are also suggestive of that.
Consider getting a Urine HPT done for pregnancy determination and visit a Gynaecologist to look for signs and symptoms suggestive of pregnancy.

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