i had ectopic pregnancy surgery 6 months ago on my left tube. yesterday i started spotting again. its very faint, i also have discomfort on the same side as my surgery. i say discomfort because when i had the ectopic, it was a sharp stabbing pain. this is more of a dull cramping. in my lower abdomen and also my lower back. ive never spotted between cycles before (except for my ectopic) i know my cycle could be messed up because of the past surgery...i also know that light spotting like that could mean internal bleeding. im terrified to go thru this again. before i run to the hospital and have a million tests done that i cant afford, i just wanted to see if there is any way this could be normal. it is not time for my regular period yet, the last day of my normal cycle was april 9
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