I have not had a period for the months of january and feburary. I figured the reason for no cycle in january was because of stress due to the fact I was not having sex. Starting feb 1st I was having sex on the regular with my fiance and it was unprotected. He did not ejacualte everytime because he is disabled. On the 20th I spotted brown and on the 21st the day my period was due I had sex and he ejaculated inside of me and and I spotted again. the following day I was in terrible pain so I went to the ER. I was diagnosed with a cyst on the right ovary (they said it was common in young women) and bacterial vaginosis. I am antibotics and pain medicine.For the last 5 days I have beed spotting but its either all pink or brown with a little bit of red. I have been cramping in my uterus and been sleepy with sore breast. I can never see it in my urine and its always on my tissue or my pantyliner. Could this be the cyst acting up implantation bleeding or a odd period ( my periods are heavy)
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The continued spotting could be due to the infection, the ovarian cyst or even pregnancy. You should consider visiting your doctor again to have repeat examination and get a blood HCG test done along with ultrasound scan to confirm/rule out pregnancy and look into the current status of the ovarian cyst. Get started on appropriate treatment as indicated. Get your partner treated simultaneously and avoid having intercourse while being on treatment to prevent re-infection.
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