Why Did I Get My Period Two Times in One Month?

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Having your menses twice in a month can occur because of a number of factors. These include hormonal imbalance, infection of the uterus or even heavy exercise. If the bleeding is heavy then it is likely a serious condition and therefore a visit to your local gynaecologist is highly advisable.
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You might get your period two times in one month due to changes in the hormonal balance in your body. You might also be adjusting to an oral contraceptive. You can find more information here: kidshealth.org
It is not unusual to get a period twice in one month. If you are young then it could just be hormones in your body adjusting to your monthly cycle. If you are sexually active then it could be implantation bleeding that occurs sometimes when you get pregnant. You can find more information here: www.healthline.com
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