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Hi im just confused cuz I got bleeding two weeks earlier thsn period is due

By June 18, 2012 - 6:35am
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Im confused cux I took bleeding 13 days earlier than my period fue snd it continoues still.its 8th day now but still bleedong is continouse and I was sopposed to get my periods on 23 of this months that means still 6 days remaining but as I mmsentionec b4 tjat when I started unexpected spotting first and second day just a little spoting but on third day I have seen spotting on my panty linrs anwhich went for few hourse then on fifth and sixth day it was more bleeding amd seventh and righth day more heavier like my periods that I need one pad a day atleast n still o have six or seev days remaining to my actual last period date and the most important think that normaly I get my periods just for six or seven days which starts with lighter than heavier and on the end again just light bleeding but this time its totally different thatswhy im so confused it started with spotting and changed into heavier now so what do u think is it normal or should I consult my gp

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Thanks rosa so is it something to worry about or

June 18, 2012 - 7:40am

Hi Kinza,

If the bleeding is getting heavier, please contact your doctor to be seen as soon as possible. If your doctor is unavailable today, go to the emergency department. 

Good luck and keep us posted,


June 18, 2012 - 7:31am

Im also feeling temperature at morning and eve time and too yired and feeling lazy even dont wanna eat.anything but im not sure ehats going on cuz my partner never ejaculate or something and I also never used any pills or something and never took that early my periods but this its more early than actual and the duration of slso takes too long now im so confused what to do pls help me by ur answer

June 18, 2012 - 6:44am
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