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    chivivor posted:
    I just turned 48 two months ago something told me to start keeping up with my periods. well everything was fine until this last period started 08/02/2012 it started off light acted like a regular period for a couple of days then got lighter like it was going to stop........ well it began to pick back up 08/12/2012(still on) as if I was starting all over with cramps also don't know what to do I'm moody irritable and at my wits end with this I'm preparing to make a Dr. appointment.

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    georgiagail responded:
    This is not menopause and you are not going crazy.

    You are having abnormal vaginal bleeding. It is good you are going to get this looked into medically.

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    chivivor replied to georgiagail's response:
    thanks
     
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    Anon_6061 responded:
    You're at the age when periods tend to be or start to become irregular (perimenopause) due to lack of ovulaton. Hopefully that's all it is but good you're having it checked out.


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