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Almost 2 weeks after period brown, pink, red bleeding with horrible pains what's wrong?

By November 20, 2011 - 6:24pm
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A little about me and my problem... I'm 22yrs old, when I was about 17 or 18 my periods got irregular about a period or two a year I was never curious about until I was 20 and got married to my boyfriend of 3 years and we started talking baby so I went inn and was diagnosed with PCOS in tried the clomid thing about a year ago unsuccessful so my doc and I decided that I would do metformin 1000mg and birth control until January 2012 and try clomid again well to my problem I finally got a period on 10/26/11 to 11/2/11 a normal full 7 day one finally! Ok so exactly a week (11/13/11) ago I started noticing brown stuff only when I wipe well that lasted a couple a days then it went to pink for a day then on thursday it was maroon like color before I forget Wednesday night my husband and I had intercourse and I bled like a normal period put a tampon in and the next morning there was little blood and didn't bleed until saturday night when we did it again I also got really bad cramps back and stomach pains during the whole thing I'm only asking all this cuz I as days go by I'm getting more worried and my ob clinic is closed until after thanksgiving I'm due for a normal period closer to the end of the month so what could it be?? If you need to to know more just ask and I'll answer thanks for any help...

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Hi cgarcia,

Have you had a pelvic exam recently? Sometimes blood after sex or intermittent spotting can be caused by an inflammation. It may not necessarily be the case, especially since you have been diagnosed with PCOS so spotting can also be related to that. Since it has been going on for more than a couple of days then I would suggest at least calling your ob/gyn to see what s/he says.

Please keep us posted,


November 20, 2011 - 6:31pm
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