Im 24 yrs old and my fiance and i have been trying to concieve for some time now i am over weight and have had a tubal pregnancy that nearly killed me in 2010. myperiods havent ever been regular. I didnt have a period for 6 months and when it did finally come it stayed for about 45 days now 7 days later i had a weird spotting or what ever you would call it i was sitting on the couch and all of the sudden i felt my panties get wet. you know the feeling of when you leak through your tampon it was pretty similar to that. so i went in the bathroom and there it was it seemed luke it was every where and when i wiped there were little blood clots. i put a tampon in cuz itwas quite a bit of bloodyness. then a few hrs later i went to the restroom and there was barely anything on the tampon, just a little bit of pink and it was a little slimy. We dont use any Type of protection and i have never been on any type of BC. my period ended on the 29 of jan and we have had sex pretty much every day this week idk if that matters or not sorry if its tmi i just really have no idea whats going on with my body i have no health insurance and dont know what to doView Thread
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