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Period every 2 weeks ? Lasting 2 weeks? [TMI !] cody mama 1 child; Dryden, Ontario 2695 posts
11th Feb '08

So my last period was from January 13th to the 26th. Now I think I'm starting my period again because I went to the bathroom and there was blood after I peed.

Has this every happened to anyone :? Because this really confusesme.

Alicia-Kyle's mummy(JAS08 1 child; Orange Park, Florida 7989 posts
11th Feb '08

sounds like you need to go to the doc. its not healthy to have non stop bleeding for that amount of time.

Sweedoms 2 kids; Utah 73 posts
11th Feb '08

My older sister has 2-3 periods every month! She is actually seeing a doctor right now to try and regulate it! She also found from going to her appts, and I'm not saying this is what is causing the irregular periods, but her cervix is in the wrong spot, and she has H.P.V. If you havn't had a pap within the last year, I would recomend getting one? And if you are conserned about irregular periods, I'd talk to a doctor about finding a way to regulate it!

samibear aka Casey 3 kids; Saskatchewan 2288 posts
11th Feb '08

that's been happening to my younger sister for the past year, she's annoyed and the doctor just keeps switching her pill everytime she goesin

OG;chubbiechubkinz TTA since Oct 2009; 15 kids; Roxboro, North Carolina 4606 posts
11th Feb '08

I used to have a period that would last 10-14 days. This went on for about a year, the docs kept saying it was my body regulating itself from the m/c I had in 2005. Well, I ended up having PCOS. (poly-cystic ovarian syndrome) I was put on meds to regulate my periods and help me ovulate, but if I wasn't TTC then BC pills would have fixed the prob. Hope that helps, or at least gives you some ?'s to ask the doc. :?

cody mama 1 child; Dryden, Ontario 2695 posts
11th Feb '08

well i have had a pap smear in october i believe.

&& i think im gonna make a trip to the doc's tomorrow

are HPV && PCOS curable :?
ahhhhhhh

Alicia-Kyle's mummy(JAS08 1 child; Orange Park, Florida 7989 posts
11th Feb '08
Quoting Courtney . Dylan:
cody mama 1 child; Dryden, Ontario 2695 posts
11th Feb '08
Quoting AliciaJones:
Alicia-Kyle's mummy(JAS08 1 child; Orange Park, Florida 7989 posts
11th Feb '08
Quoting Courtney . Dylan:
OG;chubbiechubkinz TTA since Oct 2009; 15 kids; Roxboro, North Carolina 4606 posts
11th Feb '08

pcos is not curible, but it can be treated. You either have to use a med. that helps you ovulate (metformin in my case) if you are TTC or be on BC to control your period's regularity. It's not something you notice otherwise, and it's not life-threatening or anything like that.

HPV is extremely common, like almost every woman gets it at some point in their lives, it may just cause them a problem. That's what I've heard and read at least....I'm not so informed about that one, sorry.

Alicia-Kyle's mummy(JAS08 1 child; Orange Park, Florida 7989 posts
11th Feb '08
Quoting Chubkinz!:
OG;chubbiechubkinz TTA since Oct 2009; 15 kids; Roxboro, North Carolina 4606 posts
11th Feb '08
Quoting AliciaJones:
Alicia-Kyle's mummy(JAS08 1 child; Orange Park, Florida 7989 posts
11th Feb '08
Quoting Chubkinz!:
cody mama 1 child; Dryden, Ontario 2695 posts
11th Feb '08

Is it okay to get pregnant and have HPV/ PCOS?

OG;chubbiechubkinz TTA since Oct 2009; 15 kids; Roxboro, North Carolina 4606 posts
11th Feb '08
Quoting Courtney . Dylan: