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bright red mucus stringy kind of blood, i never have this

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My period was due sunday 2nd december, tuesday 4th i woke up to some slight pink discharge when i wiped after urinating, this came an went throughout the day, from around 11pm it changed into a more bright red mucus stringy kind of blood, i never have this sort of period i usually have a very heavy clotty period that kicks in straight away, it never starts off light or spotting, could i be pregnant even with this abnormal bleed?
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replied December 7th, 2012
Hello, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

Yes, women can have spotting or a light period or blood tinged mucus even if they are pregnant. So, if this has happened for the first time with you and you have had unprotected sex then please take a pregnancy test and see. Hope this helps. Take care!



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replied April 27th, 2013
I had my appendix removed about two weeks and a couple days ago. Maybe 7 days after surgery me and my husband started having sex. What seemed to be my period came on for 3 days but I was mostly spotting and the blood was light light bright red. Now when I have sex I spot a little then it stop. Could I be pregnant?
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