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Unprotected sex. Faint pink spots. Whats this?

Hi I had my period just recently. It lasted 60 days. Started on 16th February, ended on 16th April, 2013. I had unprotected sex on last week Thursday and Saturday. Since yesterday, I have noticed a faint pink spot on the tissue when I wipe after urinating. There is nothing beside urine in the toilet bowl. What could this mean?
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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It is not normal for one to have her period for 60days. That implies there is a problem which could be a mild as well as a potentially severe and lethal condition.

It is imperative you meet a doctor for detail examination and tests and for appropriate diagnosis and treatment because that is what you really need.

However, persistent bleeding could be due to fibroids, infections, hormonal contraceptives, pregnancy related etc.

Best regards
Dr Achuo
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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