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frustrated_z
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Well I got my period on Monday, I was late. It had been 34 days since I had my last period. I had a lot of blood both Monday and Tuesday, but at the end of Tuesday (last night) I noticed I was bleeding less than usual, just drops of blood, then it stopped for a bit. When I woke up today (Wednesday) there was very little blood on my pad, then a lot of blood came out and I thought I was fine up to half an hour ago where I went and saw pinkish stuff on there, when I wiped there was a lot of goo-ey pinkish clear substance on the paper. Then I started to have normal blood again.

This has never happened to me, I usually have a lot of blood.


Oh, and I've never had sex, I've only been fingered.

I'm also having cramps right now.

I made out with my boyfriend and gave him a handjob, but he didn't ejaculate or anything. I also washed my hands three times after that. I went to the bathroom like 2 hours later to discover that very little (almost no) blood was coming out. I don't think this has anything to do with it though.

Today, I've had little drops of blood coming out, and when I go to the bathroom, a lot of blood comes out (sometimes in chunks).

Is there something wrong?

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Heather
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I don't see any reason to think anything is wrong. Sounds like one of many typical variations with periods to me, even if this is new to you.

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Sorry I took so long, but here I am. I stopped seeing blood completely this morning (today would have been the sixth day). Ever since the second day, blood would only come out when I was either really active (running, walking, making out, etc) or when I peed. If I was just sitting down, nothing would come out and stain my pad. Whenever I peed, a lot would come out, usually in blob form, and then I would drip a little blood. Yesterday I barely had any blood, but brownish stuff (I'm guessing it was blood) was present whenever I wiped. I was so focused on this, that I peed like 10 times just so I could check myself. I'm guessing I stopped today then. I'm kind of creeped out since I looked it up on Google (something I know I shouldn't be doing cause I can be a bit of a hypochondriac)and a lot of forums implied that I could be pregnant or have a serious problem. I'm not sure if I read the right things though, and now I'm worried again that there's a small chance that I could be pregnant.
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Oh, and I don't know why, but yesterday I felt like a lot of air was passing through my vagina. I think the term is "qweef"? I'm not sure. At first I thought it was blood, but when I checked there was nothing there. It only happened when I was sitting down.
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If you still cannot let go of the idea that you are pregnant, despite a period and not having had a risk in the first place, the best I can do is implore you to see a doctor or take a pregnancy test.

Again, I don't hear you having said anything in all of these posts that suggests a pregnancy. But clearly, us saying that isn't making a difference, so you obviously need to try a different tactic.

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I'm sorry, like, I know I'm not pregnant, but I have this fling of worried-ness that won't go away. I guess I'm just exaggerating.
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Okay, but if it just won't go away, it's clear you need to do something to help yourself around this that you aren't doing yet. So, again, the doctor is one tactic. Or, you could go absorb yourself in something that you enjoy and feel good about, too. What are your plans for the next couple weeks? Are you in school or do you work?

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Well, I'm in school, but class doesn't start till January 11, and since my car doesn't work I spend all my time at home putting things into my head, worrying myself.
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How about finding some things around the house to do then, or taking walks, cleaning, exercising, movies, anything you like to do?

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