i had tubal ligation 2 years ago after my 4th child during a c-section,since then everything was fine but now i was due my period around the 19th which did come but 2 days before that i was in extreme pain. then the day it came i spotted pink the next day it was a light but bright red bleed which lasted a day and half then stopped and for about 3 days brownisg discharge but only spotting here and there. I have done many many pregnancy tests all negative.been to the docs they first suspected ectopic but couldnt find anything.and the weird thing is that the period had finished but i was still in alot of pain.Then the pain suddenly stopped and now since yesterday i am getting period like cramps again. I am so confused please could anyone shed some light on my problem,thanks.
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