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Delayed menstruation. Got nose bleed and noticed a pinkish substance. What should I do?

Hi I was expecting my period on the 19th of march on the night of the23rd I got a nose bleed and on the 24th I had light spotting it got heavier the next day and was off by the 27th. The 3rd of april I woke up and wiped and saw pinkish substance on the tissue nothing else during the day and this morning the something what is going on what should I do.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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If you are an adolescent, less than 25 years of age then do not be alarmed. Periods take time to become regular. The pink substance is a bit alarming. If you are sexually active I recommend you get tested for STDs by a GP as soon as possible. This should help you put your mind at ease. Other than that your periods seem to be regular and everything seems fine. Wishing you the best in the future.

Dr Vineet
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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