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Had unprotected sex. Having painful cramps, passing blood clots, gooey liquid. What could it be?

Hi 3 weeks from now I had been sexually active with my partner and we haven't used protection at all. since last week I'm expecting my period but the other day I thought It already started but then suddenly stopped. today I woke up with really painful cramping's followed by a heavy amount of blood that came rushing out of me then I felt something came out of me at first I thought It was just blood clots that I usually have when I'm on my period but as soon as I look down on the toilet I saw a dark pinkish gooey thing looking flesh.. It doesn't look like blood at all
Asked On : Mon, 16 Sep 2013
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Hello ma'am.

I would have appreciated some more information but I shall try to help you with as much information as possible with the provided information. There is a chance that the bleed you first experienced was in fact an implantation bleed, but what you have experienced recently does raise concern.

I would urge you to report to a doctor at the earliest to check on a few things, eg. Your beta hCG levles to check if you were pregnant. The abdominal cramping does also raise concern, but we cannot really say much with just the information provided which is why we need to investigate at the earliest. In the meantime, please abstain from all forms of sexual contact and report to a doctor immediately.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Tue, 17 Sep 2013
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