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brown discharge, no period in 2 or 3 months

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I haven't had a period in 2 or 3 months and last night around midnight when I used the bathroom after I wiped I noticed a little pinkish Color on the toilet paper I just over looked it then today around 3 30 or 4 I used the bathroom and had brown in my panties so I took a shower and put a pad on and there is barely any brown on it but when I wipe its kinda pink ive read some things that say it could be implantion blood some described miscarrying help please
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replied July 20th, 2012
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

If you had unprotected intercourse in the past then the spotting/light bleeding might be indicative of implantation bleeding which is an early pregnancy symptom.You also have missed the periods in a row so it is more indicative of conception.

Miscarriage usually presents with heavy or intermittent bleeding with occasional passage of clots and crmaps.It requires a pelvic examination and USG scan to rule out the cause.Kindly visit a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

Take care!


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replied July 29th, 2012
A few days after I started my period it was normal 4 or 5 days not real light or heavy a few clots then I stopped for two days and then I had a very very small clot and bled for I guess 2 hours on and off and I do have unprotected sex the day before I started having the brown discharge I had sex and the day after I stopped I had sex again
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