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If i had two periods in one month, when should I expect my next period?

If i had two periods in one month, when should I expect my next period?

Irregular periods: Irregular periods are very common. If you normally have regular periods and then suddenly have one that is early or late this usually gets better on its own with cycles returning to normal over the next few months. If you are not wanting to be pregnant you should discuss birth control which will also help with cycle control. ...Read more

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If i had two periods in one month am i pregnant?

If i had two periods in one month am i pregnant?

Well, you only have: One period per menstrual cycle. You may have break through bleeding. This does not mean you are pregnant. When in doubt, just take a pregnancy test. ...Read more

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If i had two periods in one month, when can I expect my next period? P.S. I have removed mirena (levonorgestrel) 6 months ago.

If i had two periods in one month, when can I expect my next period? P.S. I have removed mirena (levonorgestrel) 6 months ago.

Hard to say: A normal menstrual cycle (from the first day of one period to the next period) lasts 21 to 35 days. It is normal to bleed for up to seven days. Bleeding in between the two periods is considered abnormal. But if you have short cycles, it is entirely possible to have 2 periods over the course of a calendar month. If you are having abnormal, excess bleeding, you should see your gyn doc. ...Read more

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I had two periods in one month and it was 18 days apart? Should I see a doctor? And what does it mean?

I had two periods in one month and it was 18 days apart? Should I see a doctor? And what does it mean?

Irregular Periods: It can sometimes happen to anybody.You can wait to see if it was only one time and if next periods become regular as before than you do not need to see Doctor.But if it keeps happening than you have it checked by your Gynecologist ...Read more

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I am on birth control and have been for almost a year. Why have i had two periods in one month for the past two months?

I am on birth control and have been for almost a year. Why have i had two periods in one month for the past two months?

2 periods per mo: Perhaps you are having break through bleeding on your present birth control pill. Call your doctor to report this and see about trying a different birth control pill. ...Read more

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Hi I had two periods in one month started on 14 ened on 18 and know have perioed again today on 24 and it brown took pregnancy test not pregnant ?

Hi I had two periods in one month started on 14 ened on 18  and know have perioed again today on 24 and it brown took pregnancy test not pregnant ?

DUB: You are experiencing something that is often confusing: dysfunctional uterine bleeding. Menstruation results from a complex interplay of hormones in the pituitary, adrenal glands, ovaries, etc. If any factor is altered it can set off a change & irregular bleeding can result. Presume you are not on the pill. OK to watch unless bleeding becomes heavy/frequent. If another cycle like this, seek eval. ...Read more

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I had two periods in one month and a negative home pregnancy test and negative test at hospital. I can't be pregnant, right?

I had two periods in one month and a negative home pregnancy test and negative test at hospital. I can't be pregnant, right?

Well,..: Over the computer it is tough to say if you are or are not pregnant, BUT all the negative pregnancy tests would point against being pregnant as well as having two periods. If you have unprotected sex, especially around the time you ovulate, you are always at risk of being pregnant. See your family Doc or GYN and get a good physical and discuss your cycle issues. Good luck. ...Read more

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If I had 2 periods in one month, when should I expect my next period?

If I had 2 periods in one month, when should I expect my next period?

Intermenstrual bleed: One of the two bleedings is not menstrual ; it is abnormal which can be due to hormonal disturbance, other endometrial disease or spontaneous abortion (miscarriage). Your recent clinical history may help sort things out for you..otherwise, get a Gyn exam ...Read more