Hi, let me back track, in June i had light bleeding, in July my period was a 7 days late, took a home pregnancy test that said i wasnt pregancy test that showed negative, 2 days later my period came, it started off as light brown/red streaks for the 1st two days and then my normal flow came down. when it went away, a week later i started the brown streaks again, i went to the hospital and took a pregnancy test that proved negative again. normal period in august.on Sept 5, i had a brown discharge, in a liquid consistency, later that night my period started with a redish color and ended on sept 9. On Sept 28, my period came again and was light in flow until it ended on Oct 3. Me and my husband had sex on Oct 29 and when i went to clean myself i seen a light red streak, so i thought my period was coming down. put on a tampon and then next morning there was no blood. 2 days later on Oct 31 my period came down just like a light red/brown streak, put on a tampon and when it was time to change it, there was just a dot of redish/brownish, the next day there was nothing, on Oct 2, there was only a little streak in my underwear, i put on a tampon and later that night it was just a little bit of blood on it but really wasnt enough to change the tampon, it was just on and off for the next couple of days. today is Oct 8 and my period was suppose to go up on Oct 4, and it didnt, i still have reddish/brownish streaks 9 days after my period started. is something wrong? im scared to go to the doctor because im afraid they will tell something is life threatening? do you have any idea, or is getting in contact with my gynecologist the best answerView Thread
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