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2 periods in the same month?


Question Posted Monday April 16 2007, 12:03 am

okay so i had my period from the end of march to like april 4. it was unusually light and i usually get real heavy at least for 1 day. well the next week, i got it AGAIN. it was weird. but it was the same length (7 days) and i don't know if that's normal. should i see a doctor about this? because it was really random and weird.

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cheap_thrills answered Tuesday April 17 2007, 10:46 pm:
Well, your peroid might not be regular just yet. Sometimes it can take a few years for it to be come regular, and you get it once a month at the same time every month. I've had it since i was in 6th grade...now im in 10th and it just recently regulated. You shouldnt worry unless it's a real problem, like you get it way more than usually. Also, ask your mother about it...if you feel comfortable.

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XoUkrainianBabeXo answered Monday April 16 2007, 12:12 am:
It perfectly normal to have more than one period in a month. & same goes for missing a period during one month. Nothing to really worry about. If however it starts to happen regular or you just really feel uneasy about it, talk to a doctor and have some tests done.

Hope that helps, take care =)

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Brezzer12 answered Monday April 16 2007, 12:11 am:
well periods can be abnormal at times.
If you lose weight then some times that can throw it off.
But some people just don't have a set day to get their period and a set day that it'll end.

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ammo answered Monday April 16 2007, 12:11 am:
It's not unknown for it to happen and I have known a few friends it has happen to before as well. Especially if they are usually heavy and at this time it was light after which you had it happen again.

I would think that everything was okay but each person is different and unique so it maybe worthwhile seeing your doctor just to double check and make sure everything is okay.

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hinatalie answered Monday April 16 2007, 12:10 am:
You're just irregular, possibly, or be having your 13th period of the year (365/28=13). I've had it before. It's nothing major.

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