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Is this normal? To have little blood coming in ur mestraul cycle?
Hey I'm a 14 year old girl trying to see why my menstrual cycle doesn't come every month. I've had sex for da last 3 months and dats when I started to get little blood coming out of my menstrual cycle. But I have no sign of pregnasi or anything like it I'm worried cuss I dnt know wat it is. Pleas help me.
First of all if u have sex there is ALWAYS a chance of getting pregnant!!
U are still a very young girl and u may have some hormonal imbalances cause u are not yet a full grown woman.
Sweetie if u are worried and need to find out whats going on take a HPT or get some bloodwork done.
Wish u the best of luck and plz next time use protection.
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