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i am 11 weeks late.i have a few negative hpt and decided to stop taking them by the time i got to 7weeks late. last week for 2 days i had a pinky brown discharge only when i wiped and only once each day. i have bee trying for a baby and since the bloody discharge i have had a lot of cramps, and tingling in my pelvic area. my breast arent so much sore but a couple of times they have hurt and my nipples have become very dark. i have been feeling very tired and my back and shoulders are startg to ache but i dont know if i am pregnant? we had intercourse last month on my fertile days, so what do you think the chances are that i am pregnat? thanks


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replied February 22nd, 2011
Am I Pregnant Answer A19916
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Your symptoms (delayed periods, pink/brown discharge, cramps, tingling in pelvic area, sore breasts, darker nipples, increased tiredness, backache) are suggestive of possibility of pregnancy. If you have been having unprotected intercourse after your last periods, then the chances of pregnancy cannot be ruled out. Consider visiting your doctor/gynecologist for examination and tests to confirm/rule out pregnancy.
Other possibilities for prolonged gap between periods could be due to other reasons like hormonal derangements, ovarian problems, PCOD etc. You would require hormonal analysis, ultrasound scan to look for these underlying causes if pregnancy gets ruled out.
Take care.



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