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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Menstruation and Miscarriage
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User :   I recently turned 16 years old,I am not a virgin since of 15 , about last year and I first got my period at 13. My period does not come a lot , I basically get it every 4 months my period has been this way even before sex. I was at my boyfriends and my stomach started hurting then a few minutes later there was blood on his bed and am currently still like that. I don't know if I am getting my period or if its a sign of a miscarriage. My mom was not supposed to have kids, she was on pills for years to help her and I wonder if I'm like her too
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   let me read what you have typed
User :   heey
User :   thank you
Doctor :   is this the first time you had such bleeding?
Doctor :   is the abdomen pain still there?
User :   yeh at this time of day and yes
Doctor :   does the bleeding that you are having come with cramps? does it contain clots?
User :   yes and no
Doctor :   when was the last time you had your normal periods?
User :   i havent had any normal periods they all come randomly
User :   but the last time was about 3 months ago
Doctor :   and when was the last time you had the intercourse before this current one?
User :   about 1-2 weeks
Doctor :   do you usually have abdomen pain when you get your periods?
User :   yes
Doctor :   is this pain that you having now same as the pain you get during your periods?or is it more now?
User :   well it comes more frequently but doesnt hurt as much
Doctor :   i would recommend you to get an examination done by a physician or a nurse trained in gynecology to examine you.
User :   okay well thank you
Doctor :   in the examination if the mouth of cervix is found to be opened, it would mean that it is a miscarriage that is happening.
Doctor :   and it should be evacuated properly to avoid sepsis and complications for you
Doctor :   if the examination findings turn out to be normal, then it is just your usual period.
Doctor :   have you followed what I said?
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