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Intermenstrual bleeding, chances of pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Menstruation and Miscarriage
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Doctor :   HI
Doctor :   HOW CAN I HELP YOU?
User :   i am having trouble w my period
Doctor :   OK
Doctor :   WHEN WAS YOUR LAST MENSTRUAL PERIOD?
User :   two weeks befor the bleeding started
User :   the bleeding is very lite and seems to start and stop
Doctor :   WAS THAT MENSTRUAL BLEED
Doctor :   OR INTERMITTENT BLEED
Doctor :   ARE YOU USING ANY BC PILLS
User :   it wasnt normal for my menstral
User :   no
Doctor :   OK
User :   i tried to contact my doc but i cant get a straight answer
Doctor :   OK
User :   i took a preg test and it came up negative
Doctor :   IS THIS THE FIRST OCCURENCE OF SUCH TYPE OF BLEED
User :   so im so confused
User :   yes
Doctor :   WHAT IS YOUR AGE?
User :   18
Doctor :   IT MIGHT BE BECAUSE OF SOMEHORMONAL IMBALANCE
Doctor :   NO NEED TO WORRY
User :   ok i just didnt knw if i could be pregnante
Doctor :   ARE YOU SEXUALLY ACTIVE?

Doctor :   WHEN WAS YOUR LAST MENSTRUAL PERIOD?
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