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Bad cramps. Found big piece of skin on tampon. On pills, taken two packs together. Reason?

i just went the toilet and changed my tampon ive been having really bad cramps i was cheking my tampon in my room because it felt weird and i felt something weird so rean to he oilet becuase i thought it could be a blood clot as ive had them in the past but it was a peice of skin almost the size of my hand , im on the pill and have taken 2 packs together and not had the severn days inbetween i was with my boyfriend during part of the first pack we messed around but never have sex, please help??
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Hi Dear
Your situation is bit confusing.As told by you that you were with your boyfriend during certain time ?days of cycle.Cramps associated with passage of a ;piece of skin needs to rule out pregnancy though you say you did not had sex. Messing up with the semen during crucial days of cycle even in the absence of penetrative sex may be alarming. The other reason may be simply intke of high dose of pill and that to irregularly. First go for a pregnancy test
Answered: Sun, 4 Aug 2013
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