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Cramping, bleeding, passing chunks of flesh. On the pill. What should I do?

On Thursday I woke up sweating & vomiting with intense lower abdominal pain . After about an hour I passed a chunk of flesh about the size and shape of a Dorito. I felt a little better after that so I decided not to go to the hospital. For the rest of the day I had more cramping & heavy bleeding. This morning I passed another, smaller chunk of flesh with a little less pain, followed by more cramping & heavy bleeding. I tried using a tampon which was painful. I am on the pill & not supposed to be having my period now. I don t think I am pregnant or having a miscarriage because I have not had intercourse in 4 months and have gotten my period regularly since then. What should I do?
Asked On : Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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Hi, I had gone through your question and understand your concerns.If you exclude miscarriage then for diagnose the problem first you sent the fleshy material for histopathological examination.You should done ultrasonography lower abdomen and pelvis to diagnose any pathology in uterus.In case you have any questions in future you can contact me directly on Thank you.
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