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What could it mean if you are spotting brown blood every day for a month?

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2011-09-13 22:58:22
2011-09-13 22:58:22

It is normally called "pre- menstrual shedding". Getting it for a whole month at a time is not uncommon. It just means you have a build- up. if your period comes and goes with no problems then it is fine. If it doesn't then I would ask a doctor. Good Luck!

AnswerSpotting browm blood is a little unnormal. I've had that same problem and went to the doctor, turned out I was 8 weeks pregnant. I was having an ectopical pregnancy. I had surgery to remove the fetus immediately. See your local doctor soon.
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