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    An_250991 posted:
    Hello,
    I have had a strange period, well different for me, for the past three months. My first abnormal period was just a little lighter than what I'm used to. My last period was even lighter than before, and only had one heavy day, it still lasted for about 5 or 6 days. I'm currently on my period and it is extremely light. I have had no clots just blood for the past 3 days. I also usually get very bad cramps and this time I had very light cramping, and no breast tenderness, but the did swell. I have been bloated for about 2 months. I'm concerned about what could be causing this because my period is usually very heavy. I did receive oral sex before this started... could something from that cause this such as an infection?
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