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Abnormal Bleeding

I have had a few times where I have bled after my period had ended and/or got my period twice a month. At first I thought it was because of sex since me and my fiance just started becoming sexually active and figured my body was just notused to the changes. Than I thought maybe its an infection but i was always told that an infection would cause irritation or what not and i have not experienced any. I recently finished my period on a friday night, come saturday and sunday i was absolutely fine. Monday saw some spotting and tuesday it was gone and i figured maybe just something left over, Wednesday I started bleeding and it was like a normal period. it is now tuesday which means this has been going on for about 9 days now, it is now more of a dark red or brownish color and there are pieces that i find in the toilet bowl after urinating... WHATS GOING ON WITH ME?

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Brown vaginal discharge is most often associated with old endometrial tissues. In other words, if your period is late you might get a brown, rather than red, discharge. It could also mean that for whatever reason during your last menses the entire uterine lining failed to make a timely exit. In some cases however there is cause for concern like  cervical cancer, pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), menopause, or sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and  Chlamydia .You should consult a gynecologist who will physically examine the local area and may consider tests.
It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.

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