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Trying to conceive, 2 day period, mild spotting, acute cramps. Suggestions? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 31-May-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Menstruation and Miscarriage
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Doctor:Good afternoon
User:Hi. Very Good afternoon
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:I want to know if I should see a doctor in person for this.. I am trying to conceive for the 2nd time
User:I have a 4 year old child and am 33 years old
User:My cycle is usually regular 28 - 30 days
User:However in XXXXXXX I was 5 days latre
User:I took a 1-hour flight from Hyd to Bangalore and started spotting mildly
User:followed by acute cramping next morning.
User:It was a 2 day period.
User:Ever since I have mild spotting - looks like old dried-up blood. Even today..
User:Does anything seem abnormal? Should I wait untill my next period is due or does this require a visit right away>
Doctor:Have you been spooting every day from XXXXXXX 5th?
Doctor:sorry spotting
User: XXXXXXX 28th was when I was 5 days late (30 days cycle)
User:I had a 2 day period and have been mildly spotting on and off - approx 1ce in 2/3 days
Doctor:It is better to visit a Gynecologist for this
Doctor:It is not advisable to wait
User:More so in the last 4 - 5 days along with the regular white discharge, i have a muddy discharge with something that looks like dry clot
Doctor:You require an XXXXXXX examination to be done
Doctor:probably an ultrasound if required
User:Ok. I appreciate the guidance. Do you think I mis-carried or does it seem to you more like an anomaly? Just curious.
Doctor:It seems to me like a response to stress
Doctor:I do not think it is miscarriage
Doctor:neither do I think it is an anamoly
User:Thanks! I will see a gynecologist soon.
Doctor:It is just an exaggerated estrogen response
User:Thanks again. Bye.
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:get well soon
Doctor:bye for now
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