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I'm bleeding 17 days before my period is due. What can this be?
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An_256709 posted:
We're TTC. I had a period on april 5th which appeared normal and lasted 4 days. I'm not due again till May 1st but yesterday during sex, my fiance noticed there was blood. It was red and when I wiped I wiped I used two tissues . There wasn't anymore bleeding during the night or this morning when I used the bathroom. I tool Ovuation test since this is supposed to be my fertile week and it still indicated no fertility. I've been nauseous all day and mild cramping. When I used the bathroom there was a very small amount of blood when I wiped; very light and dark redish. I'm worried. Should I call Doctor or can I just assume it's ovulation blood. I've been reading and it can be so many things I don't want to over -react but this has NEVER happened before . Thanks for your suggestions.
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tessguce responded:
Hi there, I am a mother to a five year old girl and as a woman my advice for you is to visit your doctor because it is the safest thing to do. And if you are TTC why don't you try to this ovulation predictor site to help you know when you are ovulating. I hope this could help you. http://www.ovulation-predictor.org
 
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tessguce replied to tessguce's response:
Hi there, sorry for the inconvenience but here is the updated web site. Thank you.
http://www.ovulation-predictor.org/


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