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Ok, please help quick because I have to go to work soon. I've been having a normal period for about 6 days now. But the thing is, 1. My period started early, and 2. It basically stopped completely yesterday, and last night. But about 5 minutes ago I went to the bathroom and look down and boom. There it is again. A bit heavier than usual too. So is this normal, and when will it freaking stop!? lol. Thanks.
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Double-posting is against the guidelines you agreed to when you signed up. I answered your question here:

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