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pink discharge ?
My IUD came out around 3/6/07 i was bleeding heavily at that time but still sexually active with my husband from then on. Nothing was used for protection. On 3/20/07 i had pink discharge on the tp and on panties along with mild cramping. The discharge only lasted a day as well as the cramping. Now all i am having is just a little nasuea and some dizzy spells. I have never had the pink discharge before and it conserns me what it could mean. Any help would be helpful!
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The cervix is veeeeeery touchy.  And the smallest thing can cause bleeding and/or cramping.  You should always have irrregularities checked out by your obgyn, either way.  I think you probably don't have anything to worry about.
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I'm an 18 year old virgin with an irregular menstrual cycle. About a week and a half ago I began to be very itchy on the area around my vagina. When I washed myself in the shower as soon as the soap touched me I had incredible pain, a feeling like a burn. Since then, I have diagnosed myself with a yeast infection. I've been using the tampon-like 3-day cream injectors, vagasil wipes, and a pH balancing vaginal wash in the shower. While the itching and burning seem to be a little bit improved, I recently started having thick pink discharge. What does this mean? I'm not one for doctors, but do I NEED to go?
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