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Dark menstrual blood. History of miscarriage. What does it mean?

now i have a period blood comes into black color and light period compared to previous period.actually i had a miscarriage 6months back.after miscarriage 3 regular cycles was came normally.after that the 4th cycle was came 53 days.and now this month the time is correct and the blood is coming almost black color.what it means
Asked On : Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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Dark period does tend to occur and is generally normal.
It could simply mean some old trapped blood of he last cycle.
If associated with odor,then it could mean some infection inside and must be checked in that case.
If there is no pain or no odor,then you may simply overlook it this time and see to it next time.
If it recurrs then consult a gynaecologist for that.
Miscarriage 6 months back doesn't have any relation with this current dark color period.
Answered: Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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