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bleeding when i should of but my period was light?

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Well for starters I got pregnant last June. I started to have signs of pregnancy so i took a test a day before i started my period. The test came back negative & i started bleeding the next day. I found out in August that i was 2 months pregnant. That later ended in a miscarriage at 13 weeks. I have been having the "feeling" again. I was gonna take a test but decided to wait. I started bleeding when i should of but my period was light. Ive been light headed in the mornings and puked twice. Ive also had a clear discharge it seems like all the time. Could i be pregnant?


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replied May 12th, 2011
Am I Pregnant Answer A22899
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

Given your history—well yes, you could be. I suggest you go for two beta HCG estimations in blood, a week apart. A rising level will confirm pregnancy. Hope this helps. Take care!



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