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    Rms8445 posted:
    I am 28 years old. My periods have always been on time, like clockwork. I am never late but I do have very bad cramps and tend to clot alot while Im on my period. I have fibroid cysts on my ovaries as well. What can cause a woman to have two periods within three weeks time? I started my last period that went four days on the 28th of july, the period before that I started on the 3rd of july. As stated earlier this is completely out of the norm for me. Anyone know what might cause this?
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    georgiagail responded:
    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vaginal-bleeding/MY00209

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