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    CuriousRose posted:
    I'm 19 and Ive had my period for two weeks on and off now and it just ended but I felt very fatigued and tired, Ive had abdominal pain as well. What can this be? I haven't been sexually active in a while?
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    georgiagail responded:
    Once again, the real question that should be asked is did this 2 week period of bleeding represent a menstrual period or abnormal bleeding due to some other medical issue that has nothing to do with menstruation.

    I'd suspect the latter, especially since you've been havng abdominal pain.

    As such, you need to make an appointment with your gynecologist and get this looked into. Another concern should be getting screened for anemia from all of this blood loss. That likely is the reason for your fatigue.

    Gail


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