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    3 periods, each about a week apart.
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    slckimster posted:
    This is the first time I've had multiple periods, I was concerned at first because my breasts stayed sore (they get sore right before my period, was diagnosed when I was a teenager, don't remember the medical name for it). After my first period, I had really painful cramps, not the usual menstrual cramps. A week later I started to bleed again which lasted about 4-5 days. But my breasts stayed sore, which kinda scared me since it could be a sign of pregnancy. But I started bleeding again a week later.

    Could this be a sign of something serious?


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