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    bleeding for a month straight
    joshuamommy posted:
    On January 2, 2013 I was spotting by the 7th I was bleeding like a normal period. Today is Feb 6 and I am still bleeding. I have had cyst in my past along with pre cervical cancer cell which the doctor told me that they got it all out back in April 2012. I no longer have any heath insurgence nor do I have the money to go back to the doctors. I was wondering what could this be or if anyone has had this problem before thank you for any advice
    Anon_596 responded:
    How old are you? This can be a symptom of perimenopause.
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    No one on an internet board can tell you what is wrong. You really need to see a doctor.
    Anon_5366 responded:
    Is there a free clinic or Planned Parenthood you can go to?

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