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Abdominal pain. Negative pregnancy test. Clumpy, red discharge. Pregnant?

I haven t had my period for a couple months and I thought it was because if my birth control throwing it off. Then about two weeks ago I had the worst abdominal pain I ve ever had. Worse than cramps . I decided to take a pregnancy test and it was negative. Now this week I still haven t had my period but I am discharging thick, red, fleshy feeling clumps. Pretty big, maybe quarter size. They have strands of like white/pinkish in it. This has never happened before. Could I have been pregnant and lost it really early, or is this common?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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You need to take another pregnancy test.If its negative then nothing to worry about.Since you havent had a period in 2mths,this bleeding may be heavy.But its important that pregnancy be ruled out.You can also take a blood test and do a ultrasound.
Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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