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If this is a new symptom, no it is not normal. you should have a biopsy of the lining of your uterus. It is important to make sure you do not have a premalignant or cancerous growth inside the uterus that is causing spotting
I did ultra sound a 02 yrs ago , becouse i had the same problem that time and i was concern about it.The doctor sad that the ovarian was ok.It stop for a wile .Last month was ok, i wasnt bleeding in the time of the ovulation.I notice the bleeding this month.The time i saw the doctor he told me to take Provera, i took but i bleed more, so i stop.Thankyou for answer my question.I will look for a doctor to do the staff you say.Thanks.
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