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Irregular period. Had baby. Have cramps, blood have small clots, peachy, brown, not heavy. Feedback?


My period is really off! This is the second month that it's been like this, I took 2 tests a wk after my first strange period and they were negative.

Some facts:
I had a baby 7 months ago (but until last month they've been normal)
I'm on the pill

Period facts:
I only bleed when I pee
It's either small clots or stringy
It's either peachy or dark brown
I still have cramps
It's not heavy enough to wear more than a pantyliner and even then there's almost no blood, it's there just in case!

Any feedback will be super helpful, thanks!! :)
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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A reduced bleeding could be due to contraceptive pill, which is a usual side effect, which is acceptable. Nothing to worry.
As you have mentioned you are bleeding when ever you pee, I need clarification here, are you passing urine mixed with blood? Or bleeding from vagina.
If your urine is mixed with blood, you need consult a urologist for further evaluation.
Otherwise you are fine

Take care

Dr. Vidya
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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