Hi my hubby and I have been trying for about 8 years now and last year we became pg, at 10 wks I had started to spot, Went to the Dr. and had and emergency ultrasound and found out that the baby was no longer alive. We were just devastated. That was August of 2011, and now fast forward to September 28 I started my period and it lasted until October 5th. Hubby and I had sex on the 7,8 and 11 and 13th. everything seemed fine until yesterday morning I woke up to mild cramping in my stomach and when I went to the bathroom and wiped, I found brown and pink blood on the tissue. I have been closely monitoring it and it varies from a brownish pink to light red. It has been not enough to wear a pad or tampon but I put a pad on last night and little to nothing was on it this morning, and very little bleeding and cramping this morning. My cycle runs about 30-32 days, and I am not due to have a period until Oct. 27,or 28th. What is this? I have never experienced this before, could some one please ease my mind please?View Thread
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