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Heavy vaginal bleeding. Had recent colposcopy. Early period bleeding or pregnant?

I had a colposcopy two days ago and bled for twelve hours after the procedure as expected, then the bleeding stopped, the pain stopped and I was fine. Woke up today (2 days later) and am bleeding heavily. I had a period twelve days ago and am on the pill , is it possible my period is early even though i m taking the pill? was there a chance I was very early pregnant?
Asked On : Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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You usually can't be pregnant 12 days post your periods as it is the time before ovulation & you were on pill on top of that, so, pregnancy would be an unlikely diagnosis.
Colposcopy alone usually don't cause bleeding. However, if you have a procedure like cone biopsy then bleeding is likely. I think you should report this to your treating doctor.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 31 May 2014
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