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light pink discharge after intercourse and im scared.

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I had a light pink discharge whenever i wiped like 20-25 minutes after intercourse and im scared. Am i pregnant or what? Then i went back and used the bathroom and there was pinkish redish discharge.


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replied August 13th, 2012
Am I Pregnant Answer A37960
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

If you had unprotected sexual contact then pregnancy is a possibility. Other than that it can be due to ovulation(spotting during ovulation is normal),cervicitis, endometrial hyperplasis, trauma, uterine polyps, fibroids, stress, hormonal imbalance etc.It requires a detailed history and examination to rule out the exact cause.

If the period is awaited then right now just wait for the periods and if they are missed get a Blood hcg test done after a week of the expected period date.Kindly visit Gynaecologist for clinical assessment.

Take care!


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