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Brown discharge almost 2 weeks after period began

Brown discharge almost 2 weeks after period began, its like my period never stopped! My period began almost 2 in a half weeks ago and it seems as though it never stopped! I ve been having weird colors of what seems to be discharge but i m not even sure if that is what it is? on the day i thought my period would end i had sex with my boyfriend and had a light pink w/ some red in it discharge then it turned to light brown and red and its now a dark brown color almost muddy looking! and clotty. I m not sure what this is but please any advice or opinions would be appreciated!
Asked On : Fri, 15 Apr 2011
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Normal periods are for about 7 days anything above that if the bleeding is red in colour it is not normal and it can happen due to many causes like hormonal imbalance;ovarian cyst;cervical erosion etc.Since you have dark brown & clotted discharge of blood it looks to be collected blood remaining in uterus/vagina.Please consult your doctor /a Gynaec for examination & treatment.
Answered: Fri, 15 Apr 2011
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