I haven't been sexually active in a while, so when I spotted after having sex a couple of weeks ago, I assumed it was because I was too dry so I waited some ( 2 weeks or so) until I stopped bleeding and had sex again making sure I was properly lubed and it was all good no bleeding, but then that same day I started bleeding and it has only intensified, it has been almost 3 days now and I'm still bleeding, it started like spotting but soon became like a light period. I even passed a tiny clot like string. Don't really know what to do, made a doctor's appointment but they only have space 2 weeks from now. I'm experiencing some bloating and gassiness but no cramping, pain or any sort of discomfort, it's definitely not my period because I'm supposed to be ovulating now (there has been no ovulation between the past period and this bleeding)
It has been documented that anticipation can induce an early period. I confess, it does sound strange but makes clinical sense if you look at the mind-body wholistically; your body says 'get ready for some action' and responds accordingly. In this case it would be preparedness to conceive soon even if that is not your intention.
Stephen made a good point.
I'd like to add another possibility. Symptoms are the body's way of .making us aware that something is wrong.
Are you at an age that you may be starting menopause?
I'd make an appointment with a gynecologist to have a thorough vaginal exam.
It could be something involving your clotting mechanism or thyroid, etc.
MOST likely, it will all be negative but it's good health care to get these things checked out.
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