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    amleemerced1 posted:
    ON SUNDAY I HAD SEX AND BRIGHT RED BLOOD CAME OUT FOR ABOUT 5 MINUTES, THEN I THOUGHT IT WAS MY PERIOD AND THE NEXT DAY THERE WAS NO BLOOD JUST A TINY BIT OF BROWN BLOOD. YESTERDAY BEING WEDNESDAY BROWNISH RED BLOOD CAME OUT BUT JUST A LITTLE. SO I DONT KNOW WHATS WRONG. I TOOK A TEST IT WAS NEGATIVE, BUT IM HAVING BACK PAINS, BLOATING, AND SORE BREAST, THE SAME WAY I WOULD IF I WAS ON MY MENSTRUAL. SO IM A LITTLE CONFUSED.. [br>[br>SOMEONE HELP WHATS GOING ON
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