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    prolonged period
    nothinbutreal posted:
    I'm 30 yrs old and I have been on my period for more than 2 weeks, and my vigina feels like it's contracting (if that makes sense to you). I thought I had a bladder infection, because when I go to the restroom my urine would have it's regular color and everything but it would leave my viginia area feeling sore like; but not painful, it felt like I had (ruff sex) or something. I don't mean to be disrespectful in the way I'm describing my issue, but I don't know no other way to let you know about my issue. I need to know what is going on! I can go without a panyliner and everything, but it appers after I wipe down there, I thought I was cut or something, but I used a q-tip to insert inside my vigina just to make sure it was coming from there; Yep it is! Please help me I think that Im really making it worse from STRESSING!
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You have not been on your period for over two weeks, you have been having abnormal vaginal bleeding. No one on an internet board can tell you what is going on. You need to see a doctor.

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