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    period for 5 months
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    tabby88 posted:
    am 24 i had a baby girl 5 months ago.. for the first 2 months i bleed the whole time now from 2 to 5 months i bleed for a week or so then it stops for a day or two then it starts up again.. it is getting heavier an now i am having clots.. a few weeks after i had my daughter i was in the hospital for a blood clot in my lung an i was put on warfare an im still on it.. i did go to my doctor an told him what was going on an he said theres nothing he can do for me cuz i cant be on birth control anymore cuz of my clot. he never checked me out to see if anything was wrong he just said theres nothing he can do for me.. should i see sumone else.. i am sick of bleeding all the time.. what is wrong with me?? HELP!!
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