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Midmenstrual bleeding - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   Hello.
User :   Here's my situation.
Doctor :  
how can i help you
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
your age
User :   I am 22. I got my period almost exactly two weeks ago. It was a normal flow, but it was a couple days late. Five days, to be exact.
User :   Yesterday, I got a dark brown spot in my panties.
User :   I figured it was old blood, so I didn't pay it too much mind.
User :   Today, I'm I'm on my period..and I feel like I'm on my period (slight cramps, but no bloating or other symptoms)
User :   I took one birth control pill (and that's the only one I've ever taken in my life) the sunday after I started my period
User :   so it's not like I was on a steady dose...because I only took one pill.
User :   I'm just curious why I'm bleeding again.
Doctor :   did you have sex recently
User :   Yes...pretty much every day for the past two weeks...after I got off of my period.
Doctor :  
ok your periods were regular before
User :   Yes. Very regular
Doctor :  
any pain during sex
User :   No
Doctor :  
ok the leeding was painfull

Doctor :  
was it really huge
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