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PLease Help Very Worried.....

Hey girls,
I am reposting. I started my period on the 12th of this month and today is the 23rd and I am still bleeding..... I am just wondering if anyone know's what this could be ? Or something ? MY periods are never more than 4 or 5 day's at the most and I am freaking out..... I mean 1 day shy of 2 week's, I have been bleeding... And it's going back and forth between old blood (brownish black) to new blood just red... CAn someone tell me what they think this might be ? I have been trying to get into the dr's but no one will take my insurancen unless I'm pregnant.......... Please help girls..... Hubby and I are trying for # 4. and I'm so scared something is wrong.
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435139 tn?1255460391
Can you lie and tell them you are pregnant?  Call and tell them you took a hpt and make an appointment?  I know it sounds evil but if that is the only way you can see a doc, then maybe it is a viable choice?  It sounds like you do need to see a doctor though.  Sorry I have no idea what could be causing it...Good luck!
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354373 tn?1299184526
I agree...tell them that you got a faint + on and HPT and get in there......2 weeks is too long....Or go to a walk in clinic...they HAVE to take you.....or even the ER....legally, they have to exam you and can't turn you away....
I got your PM and will try to get on later from work but I have to head in soon!  
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