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Mid Cycle Bleeding...need help
An_191387 posted:
Hello, I need some advice. I am a 31 year old woman with no kids. I went off the pill about a year and a half ago. My periods were erratic at first but within the last 6 months they have been spot on. 28-29 days with out fail. The date of my last period was April 4th and it was a normal period. Last night I went to the bathroom to urinate, and when I went to wipe, I noticed bright pink blood on the toilet tissue. Kinda freaked me out. It really isn't that much blood, but everytime I go to urinate, the blood reappears. It is not "leaking" like a normal period. So basically this has been happening for less than a day now. Does anyone have any input on what this might be?
An_191388 responded:
I'm actually having the same problem. I'm 20 years old, never have been sexually active. And I am a very regular girl when it comes to my period. But this month when I was ovulating along with the white-ish discharge came along some blood. It wasn't leaking or anything like that it was just when I would wipe I had spotting. Some people say this is completely normal but not for me. I am very regular and when I ovulate it's the same white-ish discharge but this time it came with a little blood. And it may not be something to be concerned about but it does concern me that this is happening because like I said before I am super normal when it comes to my cycle. Please help!

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