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Continuous spotting for months. Normal results for free testosterone, dheas, fsh, ultrasound. What could be the cause?

Hi I been spottng for two months going on three. I first noticed tiny bright red spot of blood in my normal vaiginal clear discharge when i wipe. I started to worry when it happened for a month and then starting on the second I had brown sticky discharge for two weeks and after that a mixture of bright red blood still going on now. I had my free tesosterone, dheas, fsh , ultrasound , tranvaginal, hormones and the are ok still going to take more whatcould be wrong?
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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Nothing is wrong it is all because the hormonal treatment you are taking. it is very much likely with such treatment, I always advise my patients not to touch natural cycle of menses until an unless it is very very emergency, otherwise the common irregularities get all right without any medicine if you are going to disturb it then you will have to pay the big price for that, take care of your self and have great day.
Answered: Sat, 30 Nov 2013
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