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Forum Name: Gynecology
Question: spotting after period
|angeleyesgroup - Wed Jun 29, 2005 11:31 am||
ok I have a normal period on the 17th it ended 8 days ago. Last night I noticed I had some spotting...... I have Never done this. Its doesnt hurt I don't cramp...... I am a little nauseated, I am very moody and have been for a couple of weeks.... I can be talking and just start bawling over little things...... I am 33 I have 5 children and was pregnant 6 times but each pregnancy was different.... what is all this?? Is there a possiblitity I am pregnant again??? The last time I had sex was on Sunday with my hubbie... and this is wed. the discharge started on Tuesday night about 11 pm.... Its not a lot just a little.... Any advice would be awesome.....
Please email with advise cause I am unsure how I found this site and not sure if I can get back to it..... my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Theresa Jones, RN - Fri Jul 01, 2005 5:42 am||
Hormone imbalances may cause emotional or mood swings. Spotting may be related to this or other reasons such as implantation bleeding, mid cycle ovulation, trauma in the vagina or to the cervix during intercourse, etc. However, if your cycle doesn't come as expected make sure you do a pregnancy test to rule this out and if you continue to have episodes of unexpected bleeding in between your cycles make sure you have an evaluation by your physician.
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