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Pregnancy? Miscarriage? Something else serious?

The last time I had sex was on 10/25/13. The about a week from that, I noticed spotting- light pink drops. I was scared but it didn't do it again the next day. And I went drinking with my friends and I was fine. However, on 9/2/13 Monday, I started to bleed in the evening. With a vaginal discomfort/pain. But I was fine again the next day and so on, with less and less bleeding to none eventually. I also took a pregnancy test from Walgreens twice and came out negative. I thought I was fine.

However, This evening (Thursday 9/5/13) I started to have this uncomfortable feeling in my lower abdomen, and  feeling like I had to go pee, so I went to the bathroom, and saw that I was bleeding again. Also came the vaginal pain, and it's still there. Now with abdominal discomfort and feeling bloated as well. cramping too.  Including the last time I bled, I get small blood clots too.  It makes me feel like I want to go pee. And it is not heavy bleeding like I get when I am on my period. I don't know what's going on. And I am scared.
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If you were my patient, I would advise you to come in.  I would do a pregnancy test again.  I would also do a urinalysis and an exam.  Some of the symptoms you are having suggest that you might have a bladder infection.  I would also check for ovarian cysts and cervical polyps as a cause of the irregular bleeding.  Pelvic infection/sexually transmitted diseases should be ruled out too.
Good luck!
Dr B
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I would def got to the doc!
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A person told me it might be kidney stones. so I drank a lot of water last night and today. and my pee doesn't have blood anymore. I hope it was just minor kidney stone that passed........

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