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Menses or vagina bleeding?

By March 3, 2017 - 7:24am
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Hello... I'm twenty. I started getting my periods when i was thirteen and they had never be regular. I sonetimes miss two to three periods but they sometimes flow regularly for four months and then they go irregular again. So i missed my periods from september last year and i had one in december. It was brownish at first and because i had something like that before i thought i was going to get better. The other week i had a normal blood not heavy and no pain at all. But once it stopped after four days it started again! And when i thought it was going to endit started again! Its not heavy and i'm not sexually active. I went to a doctor and i had a pregnancy test because the doctor wanted to be sure that i'm not and it was negative. He tested my

hormones... A full blood picture and a ultra sound. He said nothing was wrong after all those tests and he gave me meds to regulate my menses. When i started the meds.. the blood stopped. And now one week after i've finished the medication i observed a little blood in my pants and it doesn't flow like in period but there is this blood and i'm afraiding the problem isn't cured. I haven't heard any one with this kinda problem so i'm worried

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Hello Mimar,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. I am glad you reached out to us, but will advise you to contact your physician and report this.

I am assuming your doctor prescribed hormone oral contraceptive pills to help regulate your menstrual cycle. Your doctor knows the name of the drug, how it should work, and can best advise you about this bleeding.

Keep us updated,

March 3, 2017 - 9:27am
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