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    sva112 posted:
    its november and i got my period on the 3rd the beginning of the month and its the end of the month its the 1st already and i started seeing blood today what does that mean?does that mean im pregnant? or is it because its almost next month?
    georgiagail responded:
    I've never figured out why women think bleeding means they might be pregnant. Pregnancy is the CESSATION of menstruation.

    A normal cycle is considered to be anywhere between 21 and 35 days so yes, this is likely the start of your next menstrual period.

    amie23 replied to georgiagail's response:
    Well the reason for the confusion is because there is always the possibility of spotting Gail... So, young, un-experienced women might not understand or know the difference. In general, she is concerned. No need to be rude.
    georgiagail replied to amie23's response:
    No need to be snippy dear.

    sva112 replied to amie23's response:
    Thank u...not everyone goes running around to know things like don't comment being rude if its nothing nice to say!!

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