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Serpico##$&
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Yesterday it seemed like my girlfriend started her period. She had cramps and bleeding. Now she still has cramps and feels like its here but no bleeding anymore. We hacent done anyrhing that poses a pregnancy risk. All we have done is fully clothed dry sex and once manual sex. She washed her hands after that. She did not touch herself for several hours at least. She just wants to know why it seems like she has her period but theres no bleeding now. thank you.
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Kachina
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We really can't know why here period is the way it is. It could be her uterine lining wasn't as thick this month so there was less bleeding.

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Ok thank you much. So im assuming that we can be sure this was indeed her period and not something else? I was just paranoid that something was way wrong, but I am the paranoid type.
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Kachina
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If it felt like her period then it probably is. But if the cramping was severe and she didn't feel like it was normal then she should see a doctor to make sure she's ok.

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Serpico##$&
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Yeah ok. She said it wasnt severe or anything else out of the ordinary except for the bleeding stopping. Thank you very much.
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