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two times menstruation in a month ?

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Hello .. Is it possible to have two times menstruation a month ? I have my menstruation this 2nd week of febuary and i have this 28'th of febuary i was fingered by my boyfriend, and the blood comes out. what Am i going to do, im still 16, im afraid to go on the doctor .. Im sexually active with my boyfriend ..PLS ANSWER ME. today march 17, my vagina smells bad. :(


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replied March 17th, 2011
Menstruation Answer A20986
Hi,
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The bleeding after fingering could be due to pregnancy (implantation bleeding) if you had been sexually active after periods. Other possibility includes bleeding due to cervical erosion, presence of cervical polyps, PID, cervical dysplasia, etc. The altered smell could suggest possibility of infection too. A careful examination done by your gynecologist along with vaginal swab/smear test and PAP smear test, ultrasound scan would help to know the exact cause for the bleeding. A blood HCG test done would confirm/rule out pregnancy.
Take care.



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