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    An_224701 posted:
    hi im 19 years of age. i get my periods twice a month sometimes three and this all started when i got off birth control about 3 years ago. i was wondering if this is something i should be concerned about because i really hate getting my period about 10 days after the recent one...thanks
    LeaFisher responded:
    I am not an expert, but I had the same problem before. We are the same age, it has not been recently but I have had two periods within the same month on many occasions. I first started having them around the age of 10 or 11 and not again until about 15 or 16, I also started to become nauseated more than often causing me to vomit. It could be the result of stress, but I think you should get checked just in case..I doubt if it is super serious.

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