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    MrsIWannaBeAMommy posted:
    So Since My Last Period Me & My Partner Have Been Having Sex Every Other Day As Recommended, Well Every Time We Have Intercourse, I Go To Use The Bathroom & There's Always A Light Pink, Like Discharge Is This Normal After Having Mirena Removed A Month Ago, After Having It In For 2 Years?
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    TKO120107 responded:
    I don't think that's anything to worry about. If you're getting pretty feisty in the sack, it can cause light bleeding like you describe. But if you want an expert opinion, give your doctor a ring.
    Me (39) DH (40) DS (2) TTC no. 2


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