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Continuous brown discharge, had taken medicines post irregular bleeding after surgical abortion. Reason?

I had a surgical abortion 5weeks ago on 29th of November I bleed for a few days very lightly. then 2weeks after the abortion I started having sex again without condom but I am on the pill and I then started to bleed I went doctors and they said bleeding wad because I missed my pill but they gave me anti biotics in case of infection I finished the tablets about a week ago but I now have been having Brown discharge for few days no it s not loads but it s quite a bit could you tell me what this means please I also keep feeling like I m going to come on my period all the time also the pill I take is the one you take every day without a break.thank you for your help.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
1. brown colour usually indicated OLD blood, so probably still healing is going on.
2. is this discharge with or without odor? probably bacterial vaginosis, for which Antibiotics were given.
3. consult with your Physician about any other Possibility.
Answered: Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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