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Does Midol cause post menstruation bleeding ?

Hello, my name is Khrystyna, I am 21 years old, yesterday i noticed some dark bloud spots coming out of me, i was concern because i just finished my menstral period 10 days ago, and today i have heavy bleeding , which is a little wierd because the bllod today is very bright red color, and i wasnt expecting menstral so early at all,18 days early than schudueled. can that be something else that i should be worring about? My period are normally from 5-6 days, the last ones were from january 27th till january 31. I had to take midol because i was having cramps during all 6 days, could midol cost this bleeding? And these bleeding started on 10th of february, I was having not protected sex on 8th of february, can i consider pregnancy? the test shows negative result but maybe it is too early? thank u so much
Asked On : Sun, 13 Feb 2011
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You must consult a gynaecologist at your earliest.Otherwise this irregular bleeding will make you anemic.The probable reasons behind this bleeding are the any of the followings
1pregnancy related complications
2.hormonal imbalance
3.fibroid uterus
4.endometrial polyp
5.cerviacal polyp
6cervical cancer
7.endometrial cancer
8.dysfunctional uterine bleeding
9.over strech and strain
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