I am 30. I had my last period on Oct 17th which lasted for 4 days. I had sex twice on 5th Nov with my husband and I had some bleeding on 6th and 7 th Nov, blood is very little with no smell. My period is due on 17th Nov. Bleeding started again today with no cramps, generally I get cramps n stomach pain every time. Is there any chance that I could be pregnant? Please reply...
You said your period was due on 17th Nov but you are having your period today.......you are late by 2 weeks?Do you have regular period?Which blood test you did that was Beta Blood test?But In case you have started your period that means you are not pregnant.Though it is not uncommon to experience bleeding in first few weeks of pregnancy so Just wait and see if you get regular flow then you are NOT PREGNANT.
Beta HCG blood test (Its always 100 % accurate as it gives you the level of HCG unlike HPT or normal blood test for pregnancy which only gives Yes or No)has already given you negative after 3 weeks from intercourse date so you are not pregnant for sure.
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