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Spotty bleeding or period? then a day after it ended it happend again

By Anonymous January 7, 2012 - 3:45pm
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I have been seacrhing for my answer all over the inter net i had a spotty bleeding for almost 7 days which at first i thought it could be implantation bleeding since it was light red pinkish but after day 3 i figure it was probably my period so it ended on the 7 then on 8th day it i started to spot again ( * note * both times it was only when i use the restroom or when i woke up in the morning) anyways it went away later that night the next day i figure oh well i guess it didnt work ( my husband and I were trying to concive) so we had sex and after we finish i notice brighter red blood and today would be day after and this went on until the next morning (this was yesterday) today i guess i still had some left over blood because now i have a pinkish clear white with strechy red brownish blood clots i think they are really small. sorry for to much details but i check it really close since this never happend before. Also i took a pregnancy test on the 3rd day of the first bleeding and one on the 6 both came out negative. I dont have any stds and im married so i only have one partner. I had a pap smear after my daughter which was two years ago. I pee alot lot but only because i drink alot of sodas and i have normal bowel movements i do not have any iching or odor so i dont think is yest infection.

** Additional details ** I had one miscarrige before and lost a son at birth and currently had a daughter but this has never happpend before. I did however had two csection before for my daughter and the son i lost at birth.

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Hi Anonymous,

Thank you for your question and welcome to Empowher. I understand your explanation of your period and it sounds as if there was a possible miscarriage as many of us will have them and they appear to be periods although the blood may be clotted or heavier, etc. I this is only a guess though according to your description. You should always consult your physician.


Periods can be temperamental as you know. Some are stronger than others, weaker that others, sometimes we can even skip months for no reason, etc. If you have any concerns, I would certainly follow up with your treating physician.


Hope this helps and good luck,

January 8, 2012 - 4:31am
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