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anxiousalways
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Hi I just wanted to check something. a week or so ago my botfriend fingered me, and i bled a little, i just assumedd that his fingernail scratched me a bit, so kinda the day or two there was a bit of brown on my underwear and sometimes when i would wipe after the bathroom,since it was brown i assumed it was just the blood from that fingering but was only leaving my vagina then and this did not last more than a day or two. and a week or so later, my boyfriend fingered me again and we had sex( with a condom), but there was a small amount of blood on the condom, but not much at all and like two days later,there was some very very pale brown um discharge, but i assumed again that this was just a small amount of blood from that incident. I am asking this because when i was on a differnt BC pill i used to get breakthrough bleeding so i got switched to a new pill, yasmin, have had no breakthrough bleeding whatsoever and have been on it since the start of the year. I have missed no pills this month, or been sick etc. so my question is, am i ok to take it that any of the brown discharge that was there, was obviously due to the activity that caused the orginial bleeding. this certainly is nothing heavy enough to warrant a sanitary towel or even a panty liner, much less than when i used to get breakthrough bleeding. thanks for any reply [Smile]
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Robin Lee
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Yes, it sounds like it was probably a scratch or irritation from too much friction.

When you had intercourse, did you use lubricant?

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anxiousalways
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thanks, yes i used lubricant, i would say that fingering before the sex may have just aggrevated the same area that had bled a bit the first time, as the second time was only a very small amount of blood.
So from that information, and that i havent missed any pills, you wouldn't say that it was breakthrough bleeding ? it was simply old blood , am, making its way out, due to the fact that it was brown?

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It is possible that it was breakthrough bleeding, but from what you describe it does sound specifically like irritation. Our best suggestion would be just to keep an eye on it.

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Okay thanks very much, I'll check with the pharmacist before I start my next pack anyway.
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