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My husband and I had unprotected sex on May 3rd. I had some light bleeding 8 days later,I'm not sure if it was a implantation or just a light period, because my periods are usually heavy. The light bleeding lasted from May 11th thru May 14th. Then this morning I had a brownish like discharge. Now along with these symptoms I have had nausea,light cramping,sharp pains in my stomach, pressure in the area on my lower right side, lightheadedness. I need to know what you think, what are my chances of being pregnant based on these symptoms, and when should I test?
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replied May 18th, 2011
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

Unprotected intercourse can cause pregnancy but it also depends on whether you had it on ovulation days or not.You have not specified regarding your last period or expected period date.A woman can have pregnancy symptoms as early as a week after conception but it is very early to comment regarding it.Light bleeding can be due to ovulation or indicative of periods or might be implantation bleeding.
Wait for the next periods and if they are missed consider visiting a Gynaecologist for examination.

Take Care!


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replied June 7th, 2011
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Heya I'm having sharpe pains in my stomach and when i press on my right side it hurts I've got polycystic overies can u help I'm in terrible pain
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