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Bleeding post sex, had bleeding and a period after miscarriage. Is it a period or implantation bleeding?

hi im 20 years old and i recently had a misscarraige on the 5th of march after tht i recieved two periods on lasting 7 days and the another three the frist one was on the 6 of march and the 2nd on the 23 me an my husband had sex on the 20 and now im haveing like sum dark brown discharge with alot of cramps could this be a thrid period or implantation???
Asked On : Mon, 2 Apr 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
As you had miscarriage on 5th march, bleeding on 6th march can not be due to menstrual period, but bleeding on 23rd march can be due to menstrual period. If bleeding on 23rd march was due to menstrual period, then outcome of intercourse on 20th march can not be a pregnancy. You might be suffering with irregular Uterine bleeding. Brownish discharge can be due to infection. Please consult a Gynecologist for proper evaluation & treatment.
Wish you good health,
Answered: Mon, 2 Apr 2012
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