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Late periods of my girlfriend
We had unprotected sex for a while but no ejaculation and now my gf is late for her periods by a week and today she told me , in morning she got very little brown blood discharge and after that very slow red blood is coming. can this mean to pregnancy ?
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Do urine pregnancy test... Consult a gynaecologist for best advice
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Get UPT check out with gynaecologist
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I understood your concern  and noted the problem as well .I need to ask few more details to make a diagnosis and start treatment and advice which suits you. Pl consult me on Practo , so that I can help you better.book a time slot as per your convenience for consultation.
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Reach Practo profile for further assistance. Consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist.
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Get a pregnancy test done Dr Dyuti Navadia MBBS DNB (Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
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