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Question: Too much!


 Ade4Given - Tue Dec 21, 2004 2:33 pm

I started my period when I was 12 and am 21 now! After a few years my period got more normal. I have always fought stress, thats life, but just recently my body desides to have 2 periods a month just about a week apart. I don't know why? I have never bleed this long! So far it's going on 12 days! Could this be normal because of stress and then if so why hasn't it happened before?
 Dr. Russell M - Wed Dec 22, 2004 10:24 pm

User avatar Hi!

Irregular menstrual cycles is a common complaint. A trial of oral contraceptives are usually used to regularize the cycles. There can be a lot of causes to look out for however. Click here! to find out more. And as always, there is no substitute for clinical examination by a doctor.

Hope this helps.

bill
 Ade4Given - Wed Dec 22, 2004 11:41 pm

thanks if it continues to be irregular I'll surely go see a doctor.

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