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Missing periods, spotting, stomach ache, pain in leg

My periods are due on the 7th as the month before. This month on the 26th I had light red period like when I went to toilet then later it was brown and the next day. After that it stop for a day on the 29th after urinating a noticed a clear white jelly like substance. Since saturday the 26th I m having discomfort pain/ cramp like and also a pain on my left pelvic leg (like a pressure on my nerve) that runs down my leg. All this its not suvire but unconfortable. What might it be? Please help...
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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This is a short and irregular period.Its very common in first few years of menarche or whole apporaching menopause due to anovulatory cycles which is have not mentioned your age.Kindly visit a gynaecologist.White gelly like material may be your normal vaginal secretion which has solidified.Its not an infection or anything because you are not complaining of itching,purulent discharge, fever.
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