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13 days of spotting?? Please help :(
jessevlair posted:
I'm a little worried as to what's going on. I spotted brown and just a little one day on the 12th, then on the 20th I spotted brown again untill the 24th, then light pink since then. I'm going on day 12 of spotting. Im not and have never been on birth control.I'm always very regular and a very heavy flow so this is crazy. I have no insurance so should I go to the e.r or wait it out?
lovebird79 responded:
I don't think the ER is necessary here.

you should take a home pregnancy test.

After that, make a doctor's appointment - let your doctor know what's going on and the results of the home pregnancy test.

Good luck!
jessevlair replied to lovebird79's response:
Thank you for your response. I have no insurance and only work part time, what would be the first steps in dealing with this?
An_251165 responded:

You should check ovulation time with Homecheck Ovulation Test Kit.

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