Spotting through a whole month

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Has anybody spotted through the whole month, bright red, sometimes just pink spotting. please help๐Ÿ˜ž

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    hi

    i have had spotting just like that and then bam got a period it is so annoying im still waiting for a period since august the last two days i had wiped and had some blood with mucous nothing in the toilet ans barely nothing on a pad same thing happened last night nothing all day and the same last night this period thing is a nightmare i can handle the other 1000 symptoms but the period cant wait for it to be gone so yes i have had spotting pink red even brown im sure we arent alone

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    Yes I have actually I have for 6 weeks straight! BUT my one friend says she as bleed for one years staright and this is second year and she still has to wear a tampon she is german and she won't go for a pap or anything! If you eat anything with soy or promgrant and there is other foods that have forms of estrogen in them or LOTS of times its just hormone imbalance or closer to meno. Watch the STRESS!

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    Absolutely. This is the hardest for me to handle mentally. Never know when, how much. Will sometimes have sudden gushes. I hate it.

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    Yes, I've had it. It was very consuming coping with it! But I am 8 months period free right now with no spotting at all so there is hope for you that things can change. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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    That sounds like a dr question. Especially the bright red. you should absolutely see a dr that does not sound normal

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