ok here it is i started like i always do and i have been going for 28 days i am not on b/c i have had 5 kids i am not over weight i have never done this befor it has gotten heavier and the blood has gotten bright red i don't have insurans so i am trying to not go to the er and pay a big bill for nothing that will go away so if any one has had this please help
This is actually a cardiac board for folks with heart attacks, chest pain, etc. There's a very active Women's Board and they might be able to help you there. Click on "forums" at the top of the page, then scroll down to women's health.
Certainly if you're bleeding very heavily you should see a doctor. There are many causes, some serious, some not but only a doctor can figure out which one. Take care.
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