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    An_255375 posted:
    So I had my period at the beginning of this month and then two weeks later I got my period again. The first one was normal but the second one wasn't. I would find blood clots during my second period. And I have been having sex. Is it normal?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You did not have two periods in one month. You had one period and then abnormal vaginal bleeding. No, this is not normal. You may need to see your doctor to find out what is going on.


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