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Why am I having bleeding thrice in 5 weeks ?

hello so i started my period in the beginning of january for 4 days then it reappeared around the 22nd of january for another 4 or 5 days and then it stopped its now feb 1st and im bleeding again is this a sign of a disease or miscarriage? originally i got off depo in november which i was on for one full year and started 1 month of birth control pills to regulate my period and i stopped and that was fine. I currently am not taking any birth control for personal reasons. My period usually is around mid/end month (the 20-26 date) My boyfriend and i had sex prior to him departing (monday morning) but i wouldnt see that being the issue as to why i started bleeding again because that has never happened before. Its bothering me now, and would really like to hear some answers because ill need to sign up for a doctors appointment and that can take awhile at PP.
Asked On : Wed, 2 Feb 2011
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Whether you are having a miscarriage can be determined by a pregnancy test.But usually the bleeding wouldnt stop intermittently.This could be due to the hormonal changes after you stopped the depo or due to some pathology.First do a pregnancy test.If its negative do a ultrasound.If thats normal,then you will need drugs again to regularise your periods.
Answered: Wed, 2 Feb 2011
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