What causes periods to stop but random bleeding from the vagina im only 19 and I haven't had a period since I was like 17 and I haven't engaged in sexual intercourse yet.

If . If you are having "random bleeding" then you are probably having irregular, light periods. There are other reasons besides pregnancy that can cause a woman to miss a period such as: stress, diet, excessive exercise or a hormone imbalance such as with a thyroid disorder or poly cystic ovarian syndrome. Since it has been 2 years since you had a regular cycle, you should see a doctor to discuss your symptoms. Good luck!

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Me and my boyfriend had sexual intercourse I was on the last day of my period, we did use the withdrawal method but it was too late as he came outside my vagina, is there any chance I could be pregnant, I bleed for 4 days.

Small chance. On the 4th day of your period its less likely that you would get pregnant (but not impossible). The "withdrawal" method is fraught with peril. If you don't want to get pregnant, you should get on a more effective method. If you use this method long-term, you will eventually get pregnant. Best wishes! Read more...
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Blood coming out from vagina. Just got off my period 1.5 weeks before it started. I have had no sexual intercourse. What could this be?

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