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Duck Duck Goose
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I am the 15 year old girl who posted before about having the miscarriage. I got that checked out and everythings okay. However, now I am bleeding from there. I had the miscarriage on Augest 11th and I had my period on Augest 16th (I think? I talked to a docter and they said it was kind of like a period and was just getting rid of all the extra stuff). It is now September 2nd and I am wondering what is up.Is this because my body is trying to regulate after having the miscarriage. Earlier tonight me and my boyfriend engaging dry sex (it was protected) but anyways, could this cause something to tear way way up there or is this the result of the miscarriage?

Thank you very much.

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Lady Moonlight
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It is possible that because of your age and your recent miscarriage, your periods are simply going to be irregular for a while. However, I would strongly suggest that you call your doctor and ask.

Also, I'm not sure what you mean by "dry sex." However, here at Scarleteen, we recommend that you always use lube with your condoms. In addition to feeling nice, it helps keep the condom from tearing. See:

It is unlikely that sex with your boyfriend caused anything to tear, especially since you've had sex before. However, some women find that having sex during or right on the edge of their period stimulates blood flow.

Again, I would really recommend you call your doctor. Most likely nothing is wrong, but we can't diagnose you over the computer, and it's better to be safe than to wonder.

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