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    Help my period been on over a two weeks
    An_191373 posted:
    My period has been on for quite a while now and I went to my pcp and he sent me to the emergency room after I told him how long my period had been on. He told me I was pregnant. WOW!!! AGAIN???? Well I went and they ran some blood test and it came back positive (pregnant). They did an ultrasound and they are concerned that I may have a miscarriage or an ectopic pregnancy. But I'm not having any symptoms.No pelvic pain, no cramping just vaginal bleeding. What could this mean? I don't want to lose my "baby". ANY SUGGESTIONS OR POSSIBILITIES OF WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN?
    valueabhi responded:

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    Im 17 years old and ive had my period for 18 days know and its the first time that it has happend i need help im scared :( :'(

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