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Getting a period twice in the same month is not typically normal and can be caused by a number of reasons including anemia. Other reasons why someone would get their period more frequently than normal include stress, ext... More »

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According to WebMD, it is possible, though not standard, for a woman to have her period twice in one month. Because of the additional blood loss, this problem is sometimes accompanied by anemia. Causes of frequent period... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic, menstrual flow may normally occur as often as every 21 days, and menstrual cycles tend to become shorter with increasing age. That being the case, menstruating twice in a given month is not ... More »

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A woman's period can be delayed for an undetermined period of time and for a number of reasons, according to the Mayo Clinic. Several factors can cause a delayed period. The most common reason is pregnancy. More »

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Light bleeding before a period can occur for a number of reasons, such as ovulation, hormone imbalances and medications a women is taking, according to WebMD. Many women experience light bleeding between periods, and alo... More »

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According to WebMD, it is possible, though not standard, for a woman to have her period twice in one month. Because of the additional blood loss, this problem is sometimes accompanied by anemia. Causes of frequent period... More »

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It is not normal to have a period that lasts for only one day, but it may not signal a serious problem as long as a woman consistently bleeds for just one day each month, according to Everyday Health. It is best to meet ... More »

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