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    Default Abnormal spotting.

    Hi Ladies, just a quick question to see if any of you have had experience with spotting days after your period has stopped?

    My last AF was 11th April, it finished on the 15th April. Very normal cycle, nothing out of the ordinary. I started spotting again on the 18th April for 2 days, pinkish in colour but only when I wiped. I've never experienced this before. We aren't ttc at the moment but use the withdrawal method.

    Has anyone experienced this before? My head is telling me is just from my period but still a little concerned. I have booked in to see my gp next week just for a check up anyway.

    TIA

    ETA: I should have ovulated around the 25th and usually have very telltale signs of it (pain, discharge etc) but don't recall having anything.
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    Shameless bump!

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    Did you dtd in the days between af finishing and the spotting?

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    No we didn't.

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    I was going to say then that it could be an irritated cervix. Cervical ectropian. I had this really bad before I had dd.

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    Will look into it, thank you.

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    I spot, all-the-time, it sucks, but it's me.. But, if it's abnormal for YOU, it does need to be checked my a gp. Stay off google, you may freak out.

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    Thanks @preggasaurus. Will do.

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