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I had my period 2 times in this month. Please help what is going on???

By Anonymous May 24, 2011 - 5:54am
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I had my period 2 times this month for the first time. The first one was 9 May 2011 (9 may- 16 may) and the second one 23 May 2011 (23 may-current). I am having sex with my husband and we do not use the pil or condoms or any thing like that. I dont know what to do or what is wrong with me. Is it stress or am i pregnant????

Can some one pleas help me!!!!!!!

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Elo Rosa

Thanks i think ill do a pregnancy test, just to make sure..

But thank you!!! I really feel betta now about the hole 2 times in one month period...

You must enjoy ur day!

Jolene ;)

May 25, 2011 - 1:39am


Well that explains a lot. Sometimes with irregular periods, our bodies try to make up for not having a period one month by having a heavier period the next-- or in your case, twice in a month!

You can test for pregnancy if you'd like-- since you and your husband are having unprotected safe it's always good to make sure you're not pregnant and bleeding :)

All the best,


May 24, 2011 - 7:49am
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Hi rosa :)

Thanks for getting back to me. I normaly get my period only every 3-4 months. so i get it and i will skip 3-4 month befor i get my next period. so this is something new that im getting my period 2 times in one month.

But yes we are kind of trying for a baby.

I did speak to my doctor and he ask me if im pregnant, but i dont know. Do you think i must take a test? Or is it just stress from work?


May 24, 2011 - 7:45am

Hi Anon,

It sometimes happens that during a shift in menstrual cycle, you may have what seems to be two periods in one month. This is not very uncommon. If you start to notice a foul odor, however, make sure you go to your doctor just to make sure it's not an infection.

You mentioned not using protection-- are you trying to get pregnant?

All the best,


May 24, 2011 - 5:55am
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