on Jan 09, 2011 @ 08:19 am|
|Go see a doctor on Jan 09, 2011 @ 12:33 pm|
Go see a doctor. No matter what anyone tells you the doctor will be the best person to see. I personally haven't had anything like that other than the first month when I was on the pill though other people I'm sure have reported having 2 periods in a month.
I'd also guess the gum bleeding is irrelevant to this situation. That could indicate that a virus or something but most likely it's due to poor oral hygiene.
But seriously, go see a doctor.
Ali de Bold
|Tigerlilly is right on Jan 09, 2011 @ 02:17 pm|
Getting your period twice in one month can be perfectly normal. People come on here talking about that all the time. However, you should never self-diagnose when you are experiencing an unusual health situation. Go see your Dr. and don't leave until they give you some answers. xo
|Okay on Jan 09, 2011 @ 11:52 pm|
I just feel like if its nothing I feel stupid going back to the doctors.
the light bleeding only lasted 2.5 days anyway and is gone now... i am confused...
My periods are atleaset 5-7 days long...
|;/ on Jan 10, 2011 @ 12:35 am|
It just doesn't feel like a period...
|... on Jan 10, 2011 @ 01:48 am|
better you feel stupid and see a doctor and KNOW that you're OK then keep it to yourself and God forbid this turns out to be something serious.
Like Ali said, there are TONS of threads on CA about two periods in one month, and i can tell you from personal experience, that the ONE TIME i went on birth control pills, while i was on the pill i had period for 18 days straight. my period didn't stop until i stopped taking the pills (it became really heavy once i got off the pills and then stopped). So moral of the story; different things react to people differently.
From what you described, i really doubt that you're pregnant. Even if you didn't get tested already (which you did), that you had 4 days of bleeding would have terminated your pregnancy if you had any, imo.
Go see a Doctor! good luck