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    Bleeding twice during the same period (in 1 week)
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    CelticAnne posted:
    Hi,
    I have seen this posted before by another member and it has happened to me for a few months now: I will start my period on time or a bit early and will bleed for 2-3 days. Then I dry up completely for 1 day, and then I bleed again for 2-3 days. Altogether, this takes up to a week. This has happened during every single period in the last few months, and perhaps going on two years now. Does this need to be checked by a doctor? I'm 42, had 3 pregnancies, and have had no serious health issues. Please help.
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