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Spotting between periods, had miscarriage. Given antibiotic and said pelvic inflammatory disease

Hi I had my periods about 1-2weeks ago and noticed just now I have a little bit of light red blood when I wipe, I have had 5miscarriages b4 and I m only 21, I have been to the doctors numerous times about pains in my tummy and every time they ve just giving me antibiotics and said it was pelvic inflammatory disease , just now I haven t got any pain but the feeling I get b4 I start my periods, do you know what could be causing this?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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Based on your history and your symptoms, there are two possibilities-a hormonal imbalance and pelvic inflammation. If you have had natural recurrent miscarriages, you need to get investigated and treated for the cause immediately. You could be ovulating now if you have regular 28-30 day cycles and this may have caused the spotting as is seen sometimes. You need a complete investigation including a trans-vaginal sonogram, blood and renal profile, hormonal profile along with a thorough examination. Hope this helps.
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