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Trying to conceive. Periods due. Blood on paper on wiping after using bathroom. Possible reason?

Hi. For the past few days i have been going to the bathroom and after i wee and wipe myself there is blood on the paper. This happens mainly on the morning but then im ok all day. I am due on my period anyday soon n have slight cramps too as if im about to come on period. Me n my partner have been tryin to for a baby for couple of years now and i had a miscarriage in april this year. I am very worried at the moment so i hope you can help. Many thanx
Asked On : Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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Hi, thanks for using health care magic

It is understandable that you would be worried with a history of a previous miscarriage.
You stated that your period is due soon, it is possible that the blood you are seeing is because your period is about to start.

Some women may also experience bleeding in early pregnancy as the fetus attaches to the lining of the uterus.
The bleeding ,in some cases, can occur as a result of an issue with the urinary tract such as stones, infection, trauma, lesions present.These would usually be accompanied by other symptoms.

In the absence of other signs and symptoms you may want to consider monitoring the symptoms.IF you are not comfortable with then you may want to visit your doctor for an assessment.

I hope this helps
Answered: Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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