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I am bleeding brown clots and on ortho tricyclen. Could i be pregnant or is this a miscarriage ?

i have a question, i started my period on the day i was suppose to, but its brown, and all i do is pass clots. No period blood , no colors of red just dark. I always start on the same time every month im on ortho tricyclen, period every 28 days, last period was very short didnt last but 3 or 4 days..... these two have been unusal. could i be pregnant or had a miscarriage? I was in a relationship for over a year, not protection just my pills?? im nervous and have a funny feeling of this. im a mother of one.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Feb 2011
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It is normal to have brownish discharge with clots during your periods sometimes. You need not worry. Neither you are pregnant nor are you having any miscarriage.If you are getting your periods in time then there is little to worry.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Wed, 9 Feb 2011
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