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Your period is heavy and last for five days this time you had two days of light pink spotting two days later you began to bleed a light flow that lasted three days could you be pregnant?

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Yes. It is possible to bleed, light or heavy and be pregnant. I had light spotting and some bleeding for the first three months of my pregnancy. You need to see a doctor to be evaluated soon.

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