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Winterwardrobetime Mon 19-Nov-12 18:47:08

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HardlyEverHoovers Mon 19-Nov-12 20:36:00

Is there any possibility you could be miscarrying? If so, don't use tampons, go and see the doctor, and go to a+e if going through more than 1 pad an hour.

HardlyEverHoovers Mon 19-Nov-12 20:36:38

Sorry to suggest it but I've had 3 and it sounds familiar, are you having any cramping?

alcibiades Mon 19-Nov-12 20:54:47

I experienced something similar - and it's a bit frightening, isn't it?

I would also suggest seeing your GP, partly because the GP might run some tests, e.g. iron levels, but also because it'll get put in your medical notes. There's every likelihood that it won't be as bad again, but if it does then a record will be helpful to the medics for further investigations.

Winterwardrobetime Mon 19-Nov-12 21:12:47

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