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Is this miscarrige or my period?

By Anonymous October 28, 2012 - 5:21pm
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My last period was on august 24th. The week after my period me and my boyfriend had sexual contact without protection and he ejaculated on me. I missed my period in september and i started to become more tired and would sometimes have the feeling that my period was coming but i got nothing. On october 19th i went to a clinic and took a urine test. It came back negative. However i hear that sometimes you cant detect the hormone in your urine this early. On the 23rd i started to have brown spotting and the feeling that my period was coming. That feeling stopped until the next day. On the 24th i suddenly started to heavily bleed which is unusual for me on the first day.I had really bad cramps and stomach pains until i used the bathroom and released everything. I never looked in the toilet, i just flushed. After using the bathroom i felt so much better. I still continued to have heavy bleeding that was bright red and sometimes bright pink. Sometimes there would be little pieces of purple slime. I dont know how to explain it better but this wasent like my normal period, im jusg bleeding now with no pain. Its dying down but when i wipe there is bright pink blood. Which i never have. Is this just my regular period?

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Hi Anon,

Thanks for posting. I'm sorry but it is impossible for us to tell you whether you have a period or having a miscarriage if your last pregnancy test was negative and you didn't repeat it or go to the doctor. If it truly was negative then this would just be a heavy period, since it took so long to come. You can see your doctor if your heavy bleeding persists past 7 days.



October 29, 2012 - 8:56am
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