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I am 31 years old and I am having the symptoms of being pregant like sick in the morrning, having cravens, didn't have my period for a month.I was woke with real bad pains in the lower part of my stomach and then I started to bleed. I didn't pass any blood clots, the blood is just beat red. Do women who are pregant still have there periods. Could I still be pregant? If I am still pregant, will it hurt the baby with me bleeding.
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Answer:
You need to seek medical attention urgently. Any abnormal bleeding should be investigated by your doctor. So should any severe abdominal pain. You also have some symptoms of pregnancy. All three of these in combination can indicate an ectopic pregnancy, which is when the fetus implants in the Fallopian tube, not in the uterus, as it should. Another possibility is that you are having a miscarriage. You may not have either of these things and it is possible that you have some unrelated symptoms. However, this could be very serious and you need to see your doctor or go to hospital immediately.
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