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    An_249663 posted:
    I'm 21 years old and have had my last normal period in November but after two weeks i had another preiod that was a little heavier now on new years eve i am having another period and i also have so abdominal discomfort also. my family has a history of cervical cancers and graves disease could this be becuase i have a infection or what? i havent had a pap smear in a year in a half because i missed my appointments and never re scheduled i have never had an issues in the past like this so im not sure if i should worry or wait another two weeks and see if i start my period again
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Bleeding multiple times in a month is not normal and needs to be checked by a doctor.


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