hi im trina im 31 years old , out of all these years my period has been normal they come one full week out of a month every month well this month it came on time i went the full week but now im in my second week and it still hasent stoped but im not cramping or bloated like with my regular period im just spoting and it switches back and forth from red blood spots to broun ish red spots what could cause this
Hi! If you were my patient, I would recommend a pregnancy test (this is almost always the first thing that I do). If your test is negative, I would probably suggest observation--if your cycles are usually montly, the next month will probably be normal again. It is possible that you just didn't ovulate this cycle. On the other hand, if this becomes a pattern, you should probably discuss it with your doctor, and some hormone testing might be in order. 'Good luck! Dr B
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