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arrestomomentum
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Okay so my boyfriend fingered me on the 10th (10 days ago) note that i never had sex with him, im still a virgin. Around 4 hours after he fingered me, i took 4 nordette tablets twice, 12 hours apart. And now, the 20th,my discharge is bright pink. My period's supposed to come around in 2 days and i'm really scared. Is this normal?

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Robin Lee
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Periods cann sometimes start slowly and lightly. What you're experiencing sounds like light bleeding at the start of a period.

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