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jazzygirl81 posted:
hi, i just turned 32. my menstrual cycle had been normal all up until july... my concern is that on july9 i passed out for a few seconds. my mind and my bf at the time thought i was pregnant but thenstarted to spot about a few days later for 2days then my period was suppose to come but showed up 2 wks late on august 6 for 4 days not heavy at all... then two weeks later on the 23rd of august it came again. again it was light not heavy at all and it was for 3 days today is sept 13 and im on my period again i have been on it for 3 days now but this time its heavy not light. i am very concerned to find out what is going on with m y body.
can anyone have any potential answers for me???
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georgiagail responded:
It is unlikely all this bleeding is due to menstrual periods. For some reason, you are having abnormal vaginal bleeding.

This needs to be looked into medically. Please make an appointment with your gynecologist. They will likely order some tests to rule out issues such as uterine fibroids (or more serious tumor issues) as a potential cause for this bleeding.

Gail
 
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newgirl2010 responded:
also, were you taking hormonal birth control during the time your period was "normal." going off the pill can cause some irregular bleeding until you normalize again and/or if you were never regular to start with (pre-pill) you likely won't be normal post-pill.


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