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Im spotting in wrong time
Hi. I had the first day of my period on 6th of this month. On the 13th day from my period, i.e., on 18th Feb, 2017 I happened to notice spotting in dark brown color. Since then, I am noticing the spotting almost daily till today. I am married since November, 2015 and have no children yet. We are planning to have a child by next year. But I am confused about the current situation of mine. Request you to please help me and suggest me with the health tips. Please let me know if this is a harmonal imbalance stage of mine and should I meet a doctor as soon as possible or this is common?? Thanks in advance.
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Brown coloured blood means altered blood so get a pelvic ultrasound done and consult a gynaecologist.
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Please consult your Gynaec and get blood tests done. Get your scan done. Don't worry too much.
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Hi , How are you doing ? Excessive discharge & spotting in mid cycle may be simple sign of ovulation. But if this persists for longer, you can have an Ultrasound scan of pelvis. to rule out any endometrial polyp or small submucous extensions of fibroids( less likely) . This evaluation will help you in future pregnancy attempts. Other possibility is any erosion of cervical lips, All these need a direct evaluation of uterus by gynecologist & also ultrasound scan Don.t worry it doesn't sound significant Hope I have clarified your query All the best
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