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Pinkish discharge. Trying to conceive. What is happening?

HI I have my periods on march 20 morning time then i had sex on 24th of March and apr1st april 3 and but after 14 days of mesturation [on april 3-2013] i had pinkish discharge morning time and today I am having menstural flow bleeding[bright red] I am trying to concieve for which i did Lh surge test for ovulation from day 11 to 15, 2 times a day which was negative .I wonder why I am having early bleeding.My periods have always been regular this is first time i hane bleeding issu. I hope you will answer my question. Thanks
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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The early bleeding that you are having is due to a hormonal disturbance. This is commonly seen in anovulatory cycles that is confirmed by a negative LH surge test.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal ,
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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