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    wins8511 posted:
    I had my period 2 days early this month on June 15th and it lasted until June 17th. Then on June 20th I had a pretty large spot of bright red blood in my underwear. The same this happened again the 21st. I have never had this happen before and just wondering what is going on? I am not on birth control, have been off it for a year now and still have not been able to conceive.
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi wins8511!

    Here is an article about cycles and when you should check in with a medical professional:

    Normal Menstrual Cycle - When to Call a Doctor

    Bleeding between menstrual periods is one of the symptoms.

    Have you consulted a fertility specialist? If you have gone a year without a pregnancy, it is probably time.

    Haylen


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