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Got abnormal brown bleeding, not due for periods. Could this be implantation bleeding ?

My period has been regular for over a year now. It always occurs on the last week of the month. Two days ago I got abnormal bleeding, Brownish in color and very light. I'm not due to start my period for another two weeks. All other sites I've searched on have said it's implantation bleeding. Is this the only thing it could be? Do I need to take a pregnancy test? Please help me!
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Early pregnancy can present with slight bleeding and spotting . Do a pregnancy test to rule out. Some infections also can prsent like this but they can be self limiting. Is there any foul smell? Any itching? If no then it should not be a matter of concern. If the bleeding continues for more than 3 days then get a vaginal examintion done
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