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Why do I have a light coloured discharge even after pregnancy test shows negative results ?

\ hello i have a question, i had abortion dec 29 i bleed until sumtime in feb. then i been haven periods its seem twice amonth MARCH I GOT IT ONE DAY WHICH WAS THE 16TH .in apirl my period came on the 17th. last month i got my period on the 21th and then again on the 30th the one on the 3OTH WAS BROWN/BLACK DISCHARGE NOT ENOUGH FOR A PAD OR A TAMPOND I TOOK A PT TEST AFTER AND IT WAS NEGATIVE. THIS MONTH ON THE 7TH I GOT LIGHT PINK DISCHARGE FOR TWO DAYS CAN U PLEASE HELP...
Asked On : Fri, 10 Jun 2011
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hello miracle,
welcome to hcm
generally it is common and normal to have intermittent bleeding or brown discharge for weeks to months after the Abortion .but its above 5 months it associated with
foul smell and pain?
you need a detail medical evaluation by your gynecologist.
take care
Answered: Fri, 10 Jun 2011
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