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Vaginal spotting for 2 weeks?!

Ok, so i had my regular period at the begining of this month of september.. I never taken birth control but always have unprotected sex usually once or twice a week. Im 17.. But after having sex one day i been spotting for 2 weeks straight. A pinish/reddish color. I pee more frequently and i cant hold my pee for long.. One last thing its kinda been burning & like irrated when i pee. All of this was started approx. around the same time. Anyone know what could be the cause? My period should be coming in a week, which would be the 2nd of Oct.? Any info on why this abnormal spotting? I kniw for ovulation it shouldnt be more than a week but 2 is quite a whilee..Please& Thank you!
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replied September 30th, 2011

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Since you have been having unprotected intercourse so possibility of pregnancy is high.Spotting and other symptoms are also suggestive of that.
Wait for the periods right now and if they are missed get a Urine hpt done and visit a Gynaecologist to look for other signs and symptoms suggestive of pregnancy.

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