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    Periods every two weeks
    An_252545 posted:
    I am 41 years old and I have just started getting my period every two weeks. I have always been normal...same time every month. I have all the same symptoms as if I was getting it once a month. I got it on 5/25 normal but lasted three days and was late, then I got it on 6/11 it started out as a brownish color then went normal, it got real heavy bleed thru my stuff while I was sleeping, and I believe it's starting again today 6/30, it's a light brownish color. Any help you can give would be great!
    georgiagail responded:
    You need to get this looked into medically. It is likely all the episodes of bleeding do not represent menstrual periods but are due to some other medical issue that has nothing to do with menstruation.


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