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Why am i have two or more periods a month?

By April 23, 2010 - 12:35pm
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so in the past two months ive noticed im having more than the usual amount of periods. i started on march 2nd then march 22nd. then april 2nd an then april 20th. i am now coming off of this last one that wasnt very heavy at all. but when i went pee i looked down an noticed a large amount of creamy (but more liquidy) white discharge in the toliet. no smell an no pain.

me & my boyfriend do have sex alot an never use a condom.
i truly think even if i was pregnant i would have a miscarriage because of the amount of stress an alcohol i drink in my life.

but i have noticed ever since weve been dating ive started having more periods.


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Hi Elizabeth!

Thanks for your question and welcome!

Some women get their periods every three weeks but if you are experiencing abnormal bleeding since you have been dating this man, you have an infection that needs a medical evaluation. The vaginal discharge may be a sign that you are ovulating.

Babies are born everyday addicted to crack, alcohol and other drugs. They suffer tremendously during their lives because of their mother's choices during pregnancy. You would in no way be guaranteed of a miscarriage because of how much you drink, even if you are an alcoholic.

If you are making a choice to not use birth control and drink to this extent, I think you seriously need to consider birth control. You could do untold damage to an unborn baby.

Please talk to a health care provider about immediate birth control and get your bleeding issue looked into. It may be your period coming too often (and birth control will help with this! ) but since all this has started since you became sexually active with your boyfriend, you may also have contracted an infection or disease that needs attention.

We wish you the best and please keep us updated!

April 23, 2010 - 1:32pm
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