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    lexieaunt posted:
    was recently diagnoiced with bacteria vagionits and received antibotic treatment however ever since that i have been bleeding black blood is that normal and what would your advise be.
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    IrwinsLady responded:
    im sorry about whats happening to you it must be horrible hugs. i would definately call your gyn to see what he or she says, good luck and hope you feel better.
     
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    jk5493 responded:
    It may just be a coincidence that you are bleeding. Usually when blood looks black or brown, it means that it is "old blood." This is just one of many assumptions. If you are concerned, I would definitely give your OBGYN a call for reassurance.

    Jade


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