I lost my baby in June of 2012 and then had the standard bleeding/healing time for a months afterwards. Since then my periods have been irregular, but nothing concerning. However...For the past approx month, I have been bleeding constantly, with it starting as a brownish discharge for about a week. After that week, it has been a bright red every single day. EVERY day. I have no insurance. What is going on with my bleeding? Should I be less or more worried and nervous than I am now?
I'm not for sure where you live. However, any medical facility can't deny you service due to you inability to pay. THEY HAVE TO SEE YOU! Please go to your nearest ER would be accessible rather than making an appointment. I've worked in healthcare for years and I'm certain of this.
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