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Light red bleeding which turns into brownish red 1 day before my periods due. I always have heavy periods. What it would be?

Start of your period. It is relatively common to have spotting or brownish discharge a day or two prior to the normal start of your menses. This may indicate a portion of the uterine lining is beginning to shed a little early. It usually will resolve on its own and does not require any treatment. Read more...

I have really heavy periods and cramps you wouldnt belive. I can't take birthcontrole I get sick from it. Any advice for cramps and bleeding?

Low dose ocp. Low dose ocp may help not get sick and still regulate menses and cramps- also if you are overweight, need to lose wight. Read more...
Lots of options. There are lots of treatment options you can discuss with your doctor. Lysteda is a nonhormone medication designed for heavy periods. Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud can stop your period in some cases. Consider an endometrial ablation if you are done having children. You may have endometriosis. There are surgical treatments such as laparoscopy and in severe cases hysterectomy. Read more...

Had 2nd baby and after having post birth bleeding, I have had almost constant heavy periods with just a few days gap. For past 4 months. Normal?

Not normal. If you have been bleeding off and on for 4 months then an evaluation by your obgyn is needed. An evaluation for endometrial polyps, fibroids and hormonal changes are needed. If you are still breastfeeding this can often cause some bleeding abnormalities. Read more...

I'm at healthy weight and not on birth cobtrol but I've had heavy periods and break through bleeding one week before starting period for months now?

Not normal. Please see your gyn for a workup. You need an exam, blood work, and check a pregnancy test since u are not using birth control, and you will need a pelvic ultrasound to formulate possible treatment options which should help you get back on track. Read more...