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Cramp in left side, clear discharge with streaks of blood. Breastfed for 3 weeks. Advise?

i breastfeed for only the first three weeks and then completely switched to formula. when should i start my period? after that me and my husband has had intercourse but a strange thing has happened to me two days ago i had a cramp like feeling in my left side for just a couple of min that even hurt when i would walk after that i had clear discharge and the next day in the morning time i still had it and when i used the restroom i had two streaks of blood i still have clear sticky discharge
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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hi... you had lactational ammenorrhea only during the course of breast feeding.. if you withdraw the lactation, the menstrual cycle starts.. use some contraceptives to prevent the pregnancy... Intrauterine contraceptive devices is best suited for you, can take OCP also since you are not breast feeding the baby.. anyways see your gynaecologist for contraception... all the very best...
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