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Do painkillers for cramps cause intermenstrual bleeding ?

hi, i am 21 and have had my periods for several years now, regularly. i am not sexually active at all. i started bleeding again on the expected date as usual, but today, the blood was unusally dark, heavy, thick, jelly like. ive neverrr had this before. why have i got it all of a sudden? there have been no radical changes in any aspect of my life and this has jus randomly happened. no medication (the only medication ive recently taken are painkillers for the cramps but i take them every month anyway), no unusual excercise, no nothing. so whats new happeneing here? and i always get paralysing pains in my lower back and stomach in the first 2 days of the week. ive had pains, but not thaaaat intense. still, been pretty painful. any suggestions for the new type of bleeding?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Mar 2011
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Hi there,
This is just the blood mixed with mucus.No need to panic yet.The consisyency differs sometimes according to the body secretions.I should normalise soon.About the pain,its pretty expected too but you will have to take some painkillers like mefanemic acid to help with that.
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