should i see a doctor

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I've. Been so concern just for the past month well, I'be been bleeding now for about a month still bleeding it has not stop it's the kind of bleeding that got me so concern of what do have what's happening to me I'm only 47 yrs. Old my bleeding is the type that I never had before bleeding constantly like when I sit and get up it gosh's out like am peeing and it's very heavy i can feel it gosh out and it's dark red and when I use the rest room the chick's comes out it scar's me some time. Yes I am a mother of 13 kids love it and proud that I was blessed with all I do have a lot to handle all this year's by my self and a lot of stress also what should I do?

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    Hi dear Jovita nobody has replied yet?  If it was me, I would see a doctor to cure the situation.  It's not good to keep losing all that blood.  Have things checked and you will feel better.  You need Lotsa energy to look after your babies.  xxoo
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    Hello Jovita

    I am 60 this year and still having intermittant bleeding!

    But at the earlier stages of my Peri menopause I was bleeding for 16 or more weeks with large clot's.. I became aneamic which will make you extremely tired! and with 13 children to look after you will definitely need help!  Good luck x

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    Hello jovita I had the same problem 2 years ago

    It was awful. I lost so much bood I had a blood transfusion and take iron pills which did not work well with my tummy. I'm 47 I havent been to doc

    to actually see if I'm Peri but I'm almost certain I

    am. However I did find out I have a under active

    thyroid and that can cause wild and wacky periods. Hope you feel better I know how miserable you feel.

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