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    Early period?
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    jallison91 posted:
    I'm 22 years old, a virgin, and not on birth control or any other daily medication except allergy pills. Ever since I was a teenager my periods have been very regular with the exception of a couple of times under extreme stress. My cycle is every 27 days.

    At the beginning of this month, I got a gym membership and have since changed my diet and started exercising 4-5 times a week, whereas I was not exercising at all before and eating whatever I wanted. My last period was 18 days ago and I just started bleeding again today.

    Is this normal considering my changes in diet and exercise, or should I be worried or see a doctor? I have never had spotting between periods in my life so I doubt it's that, I think it's just an actual early start to my period but I am never this early.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    No, this is not normal. Skipping periods is common but early bleeding is not. I'd call your doctor and see what they say.


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