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Brown spotting, due for period. What could it be? Stopped birth control

I am having brown spotting with a few dark brown almost black clots. I m due for my period any day now but this is not normal for me. My period is normally medium to heavy and using 3-4 tampons a day. This isn t even enought for a liner. What could it be? Should I be worried? Iv been off of my birth control for about 3months and have been having unprotected sex, but took a pregnancy test a couple weeks ago and it was negative
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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Thanks for query.
When you switch off your birth control pills to your hormonal level is taken up by natural source.
This level is important to make your endometrial preparation.
This endometrium is sheds in menstruation when no ferilised ovum implant on it.
So this happens to you.
Nothing to worry you will have normal periods after 3-4 more cycles.
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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