2 weeks ago I started spotting for 5 days and after that I started bleeding a little heavier with no cramps. I made a doctors appointment and I had to get lab work done so I'm waiting for the results now I'm still bleeding but I'm back to spotting now and its been 2 weeks. I'm concerned and scared at the sametime. Please help!!View Thread
I have a problem right now can anybody help me? The problem is every 1st of the month I start my period now a week and a half ago I started spotting and it lasted for 5 days then after that it started getting heavier. It's going on 2 weeks now and I'm still bleeding but now I'm starting to spot again. I'm scared and don't know whats going on. I told my doctor and I did some lab work but I'm waiting for my results to come back but in the meantime I'm still bleeding. Help.View Thread
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