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Two periods in one month???

I had my period for my normal 5-6 days. A week later I had another one. It was medium bleeding. That was 11 days ago and I am still bleeding. its off and on sometimes its brown and sometimes its the normal red period bleeding. My breast is also sore. I know its not always right but I took two pregnancy test (first response). It came out negative. I peed in a clean sterilized cup like the test said (because I wanted to make sure no blood was in the stream that might mess with the results.)

Related Topics: Period, Breast, Pregnancy Test
 

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Stress can cause irregular periods and longer bleeding than normal.  So can hormonal fluctuations.  It would probably be best to have a gynocologist check things, because it can also be a sign of trouble if it goes on for too long.  At the very lest, make sure you are getting enough iron in your diet while you are losing the extra blood.

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