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For the last 3 months, around the time of the Blue Moon, my menstruating has been incredibly irregular. Almost non stop bleeding for 3 months now with an occasional week(ish) long reprieve. Since this last full moon there has been an obscene amount of blood as well. It's like a murder scene in my panties, haha. Also, in July I took a trip to the ER, as I had been driving to a friends house and felt like I had started bleeding, but when I got out of the car, blood started rushing out of me like crazy. I was wearing shorts over leggings and it went through both layers and just kept bleeding. I got extremely light headed from the blood loss and thought I was going to exsanguinate or something. The bleeding last a good hour and a half or so. The doctors never were able to tell me what the problem was, just told me that it must have been something weird with my hormones as I had gotten off the birth control shot about a month earlier. I'm glad to hear I'm not the only experiencing the inconsistency though.
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For goodness' sake, that is NOT normal! Get yourself checked out for cervical, ovarian or uterine cancer. Wierd hormones, my butt!

I know a woman who nearly bled out like you describe - a couple of Christmas' ago, she felt a bit tired and went to have a lie down. Her husband went to check her out as she didn't resurface for several hours, and lucky he did as she was only an hour or so away from bleeding out completely. She described the blood loss as incredible - her bed was soaked in it so badly they had to buy a new mattress and the ambulance officers who attended said it reminded them of a guresome murder scene. Took doctors a few weeks, but they found she had a very aggressive type of cervical cancer - she did not take a puzzled scratch on the head from doctors as an answer and pushed until they found the problem. Lucky she did as she is still with us today!

Constant mentrual bleeding is not normal if you do not have an obvious cause (like childbirth or injury)- get yourself checked out...
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I'm only 22, so I doubt it's cancer, but it certainly is strange. I don't have any medical insurance. I don't know how in the world I could pay for tests. I've had numerous health issues lately that have gone undiagnosed and untreated as a result. In fact, I had another ER visit this summer because of unusually high blood pressure and chest pain, and was referred to a cardiologist after and EKG, but I just simply can't afford it. I'm not quite sure what to do.
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Maybe it has something to do with the BC shot. You might have had buildup of tissue in your uterus and it is cleaning out with a vengeance. Take some iron supplements(women who are anemic will bleed more) and give yourself some time to adjust to not being on that shot anymore. Taking cayenne pepper in some water is suppose to stop internal bleeding and might lighten up heavy periods. It wouldn't hurt to try it.
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I don't know what it is but my friend has been acting very wierd, controlling and borderline abusive. Sometimes I feel like a hebrew slave. Just plain mean! wtf
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This actually makes me feel a lot better. I just got my period 2 weeks ago. and am now getting it again. I had kemo and radiation when I was a baby. they are saying that im going through menopause at 31 because of it. maybe it is, maybe it isn't? seems fucked up to me!!!!
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A sign? Birth pangs leading up to the end times?
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Yes, twice in November. And this is unusual for me. I am 39 and in the Northeast. I stomped my feet and said, "not fair." LOL

Maybe it is the moon.
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I am in British Columbia and 39 years old. My periods used to be really light, lasting only 3 days or so and always 28 days apart. For the last year or so they have progressively gotten worse, especially the last 4-5 months and now coming every 18-20 days! Super heavy (unbelievably heavy)and awful, debilitating cramping where sometimes I cannot even go to work because of the pain (and the heavy bleeding). I have been to my doctor several times only to get anti inflammation drugs (don't even make a dent in the pain). I have had an endometrial biopsy to rule out cancer, ultrasounds, cat scan, etc. I am now having some more blood work done to see if it shows me being perimenopausal. It is really bad and it is becoming a real problem for me. I wish menopause would just hurry up and hit me or hell, I may just need to have a hysterectomy at this rate!!!
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I am in British Columbia and 39 years old. My periods used to be really light, lasting only 3 days or so and always 28 days apart. For the last year or so they have progressively gotten worse, especially the last 4-5 months and now coming every 18-20 days! Super heavy (unbelievably heavy)and awful, debilitating cramping where sometimes I cannot even go to work because of the pain (and the heavy bleeding). I have been to my doctor several times only to get anti inflammation drugs (don't even make a dent in the pain). I have had an endometrial biopsy to rule out cancer, ultrasounds, cat scan, etc. I am now having some more blood work done to see if it shows me being perimenopausal. It is really bad and it is becoming a real problem for me. I wish menopause would just hurry up and hit me or hell, I may just need to have a hysterectomy at this rate!!!
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Same for me, and im 31. they keep telling me its because I had kemo and radiation as a child. been real bad lately!
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I am in British Columbia and 39 years old. My periods used to be really light, lasting only 3 days or so and always 28 days apart. For the last year or so they have progressively gotten worse, especially the last 4-5 months and now coming every 18-20 days! Super heavy (unbelievably heavy)and awful, debilitating cramping where sometimes I cannot even go to work because of the pain (and the heavy bleeding). I have been to my doctor several times only to get anti inflammation drugs (don't even make a dent in the pain). I have had an endometrial biopsy to rule out cancer, ultrasounds, cat scan, etc. I am now having some more blood work done to see if it shows me being perimenopausal. It is really bad and it is becoming a real problem for me. I wish menopause would just hurry up and hit me or hell, I may just need to have a hysterectomy at this rate!!!
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Awww, I'm sorry. :-( I think I'm going to ask to have my dumb uterus removed also.
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A sign? Birth pangs leading up to the end times?
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That said, don't panic. I have done the math and used all the prophetic clues and about 99.9% sure the end will be last quarter of this century. Newton backs my hypoth up too, so lot's of living to do...
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Yes, twice in November. And this is unusual for me. I am 39 and in the Northeast. I stomped my feet and said, "not fair." LOL

Maybe it is the moon.
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lol

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Read the book "The Lost tomb of Viracocha"- amazing book

[link to www.amazon.com]

Menstrual cycles correlate with the sun's magnetic 28 day cycle. They are different for every woman because our patterns start when we start our periods @ 13 yrs and continue from there. Many reports of women who who went underground away from the sun lost their periods. Here is one:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Stefania Follini was involved in a 1989 experiment on circadian rhythms, and voluntarily isolated herself for four months in an underground room thirty feet down a cave in Carlsbad, New Mexico, away from all outside indications of night and day. [1]

Inside her twenty by twelve foot acrylic glass room, away from all cues to the normal 24-hour daily cycle, her biological clock drifted away from its regular rhythm. She started staying awake for up to twenty to twenty five hours and sleeping up to ten hours at a time. Her only companions were a computer and two friendly mice. (Carole Wade,and Tavris, Carol. Psychology101 p149) With her slowed-down daily cycle, her meals were more spread out and she lost weight. She reported that at one point her menstrual cycle had stopped.

When she finally emerged from the cave at the experiment's end in May, and was asked to guess the date, she estimated it was still March—only two months from the start of the experiment instead of the four that had actually transpired."
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Thread: The SUN is the giver of LIFE! Females underground lose their fertility!
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Holy Crap!!! Thank You so much for this thread! The past 2 months I have had my cycle every 2 weeks! I am 33 and this has NEVER happened to me before! I have an OB appointment on the 10th... This has thrown me through a loop!!! I havent had a chance to read through all the thread yet but I appreciate you bringing light to this situation!!!
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43 years old in Southern Ontario. I have been getting it every two weeks for several months now. Sometimes it skips a month - as it did just recently - from beginning of Oct. to end of Nov. before it came again, and it was a doozy. I have been dismissing it as perimenopause but here I see so many others with the same whacked-out cycle.

Strange indeed.

Thanks for the thread, OP.

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This is is quite the opposite of the point of this thread, but it shows that *something* in nature affects the female cycle, which is what could be happening here...
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philippines here,other side of the globe from most of you. I I asked my sisters and several friends and all are normal. one strange thing though, unexplained weight loss since november. It feels period/hormone related.
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Holy Crap!!! Thank You so much for this thread! The past 2 months I have had my cycle every 2 weeks! I am 33 and this has NEVER happened to me before! I have an OB appointment on the 10th... This has thrown me through a loop!!! I havent had a chance to read through all the thread yet but I appreciate you bringing light to this situation!!!
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I wasnt signed in... I am in Chicago too! I am not on any Birth control either which i have been off of for over a year.

The thing I HAVE noticed while sifting through the previous posts is that many women have just started this the past few months... Weird!!!
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I am in British Columbia and 39 years old. My periods used to be really light, lasting only 3 days or so and always 28 days apart. For the last year or so they have progressively gotten worse, especially the last 4-5 months and now coming every 18-20 days! Super heavy (unbelievably heavy)and awful, debilitating cramping where sometimes I cannot even go to work because of the pain (and the heavy bleeding). I have been to my doctor several times only to get anti inflammation drugs (don't even make a dent in the pain). I have had an endometrial biopsy to rule out cancer, ultrasounds, cat scan, etc. I am now having some more blood work done to see if it shows me being perimenopausal. It is really bad and it is becoming a real problem for me. I wish menopause would just hurry up and hit me or hell, I may just need to have a hysterectomy at this rate!!!
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Awww, I'm sorry. :-( I think I'm going to ask to have my dumb uterus removed also.
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Ok, so keep in mind if there's a shortened cycle that means something is stimulating leutinizing hormone for ovulation in a hyper kinda way.
Yet all hormones cyclically kick in too, and that's a lot for a body to coordinate and keep in balance top speed,right? You might get less bleeding or more protracted bleeding.
After ovulation progesterone kicks in to fluff up uterine lining which peaks just before your period comes...then, it nosedives and then bleeding begins.
So if bleeding continues on past 5 days that means estrogen is not stepping up to the plate to turn off bleeding and stimulate leutinizing hormone for another egg to ripen.

Maizumi Roshi advised a woman bleeding to excess to locate the best primo dark chocolate she could find, and it worked :D..

I have some other thoughts on this, but nothing is crummier than throwing off a good thread. But I think it's chemical.
I know australia has practices the same as in the u.s., canada is close to it. Would be good to have a comparison from ladies letting us know where they are, state or country.
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im gay so I dont know nuttin about women things
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I am in British Columbia and 39 years old. My periods used to be really light, lasting only 3 days or so and always 28 days apart. For the last year or so they have progressively gotten worse, especially the last 4-5 months and now coming every 18-20 days! Super heavy (unbelievably heavy)and awful, debilitating cramping where sometimes I cannot even go to work because of the pain (and the heavy bleeding). I have been to my doctor several times only to get anti inflammation drugs (don't even make a dent in the pain). I have had an endometrial biopsy to rule out cancer, ultrasounds, cat scan, etc. I am now having some more blood work done to see if it shows me being perimenopausal. It is really bad and it is becoming a real problem for me. I wish menopause would just hurry up and hit me or hell, I may just need to have a hysterectomy at this rate!!!
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Awww, I'm sorry. :-( I think I'm going to ask to have my dumb uterus removed also.
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Ok, so keep in mind if there's a shortened cycle that means something is stimulating leutinizing hormone for ovulation in a hyper kinda way.
Yet all hormones cyclically kick in too, and that's a lot for a body to coordinate and keep in balance top speed,right? You might get less bleeding or more protracted bleeding.
After ovulation progesterone kicks in to fluff up uterine lining which peaks just before your period comes...then, it nosedives and then bleeding begins.
So if bleeding continues on past 5 days that means estrogen is not stepping up to the plate to turn off bleeding and stimulate leutinizing hormone for another egg to ripen.

Maizumi Roshi advised a woman bleeding to excess to locate the best primo dark chocolate she could find, and it worked :D..

I have some other thoughts on this, but nothing is crummier than throwing off a good thread. But I think it's chemical.
I know australia has practices the same as in the u.s., canada is close to it. Would be good to have a comparison from ladies letting us know where they are, state or country.
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philippines here,other side of the globe from most of you. I I asked my sisters and several friends and all are normal. one strange thing though, unexplained weight loss since november. It feels period/hormone related.
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Don't worry - it is just a re-wiring process due to rising energies. Exciting actually.
Here are a couple of good links.

[link to deniselefay.wordpress.com]

[link to biologyofkundalini.com]
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[link to www.coasttocoastam.com]

"Engineer and scientist Maurice Cotterell discussed his research into sun spots and solar cycles, and how they affect history, evolution, and the rise and fall of civilizations. The Chinese first observed sunspots more than 3,000 years ago, and were aware of their 11-year cycle, he said. Additionally, there are sun cycles lasting 187 years, and 18,000 years, Cotterell explained. Periods with higher sunspot activity lead to increased fertility but also disorders such as schizophrenia, whereas during the solar minimum there can be mini-ice ages, he detailed.

He theorized that creatures evolved through DNA mutations brought about by solar wind radiation-- the radiation from the sun would arrive in narrow beams, so only certain members of a species would be affected.


Ancient sun-worshipping civilizations were aware that the sun affects fertility and personality determination, and the Maya knew their civilization was going to die out because of the sun's upcoming magnetic changes, he noted.Regarding 2012, Cotterell believes the Mayan message has been misconstrued-- infertility, drought, and an eclipse for five days were what was predicted, not the end of civilization, he said."

Author and scientist Maurice Cotterell (website(1))the main guest on Tuesday's program, discussed his study of solar cycles, which led him to various discoveries about the secret codes of ancient civilizations. Periods of higher radiation (more sunspots) lead to more fertility but also more disease, while during lower radiation cycles there are ice ages and less fertility, he said. Cotterell said the Mayans were aware of this cycle, and may have known they were likely to become extinct in the lower radiation period that took place around 750 AD. Through decoding various artifacts, he believes the Mayans had a Christ-like teacher, Lord Pacal, who imparted the wisdom to construct such things as their acclaimed calendar."
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26 yrs old, Northern Ontario Canada, I have mine almost 2 weeks on 2 weeks off, beginning within a day or two of the full moon
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For the last 3 months, around the time of the Blue Moon, my menstruating has been incredibly irregular. Almost non stop bleeding for 3 months now with an occasional week(ish) long reprieve. Since this last full moon there has been an obscene amount of blood as well. It's like a murder scene in my panties, haha. Also, in July I took a trip to the ER, as I had been driving to a friends house and felt like I had started bleeding, but when I got out of the car, blood started rushing out of me like crazy. I was wearing shorts over leggings and it went through both layers and just kept bleeding. I got extremely light headed from the blood loss and thought I was going to exsanguinate or something. The bleeding last a good hour and a half or so. The doctors never were able to tell me what the problem was, just told me that it must have been something weird with my hormones as I had gotten off the birth control shot about a month earlier. I'm glad to hear I'm not the only experiencing the inconsistency though.
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For goodness' sake, that is NOT normal! Get yourself checked out for cervical, ovarian or uterine cancer. Wierd hormones, my butt!

I know a woman who nearly bled out like you describe - a couple of Christmas' ago, she felt a bit tired and went to have a lie down. Her husband went to check her out as she didn't resurface for several hours, and lucky he did as she was only an hour or so away from bleeding out completely. She described the blood loss as incredible - her bed was soaked in it so badly they had to buy a new mattress and the ambulance officers who attended said it reminded them of a guresome murder scene. Took doctors a few weeks, but they found she had a very aggressive type of cervical cancer - she did not take a puzzled scratch on the head from doctors as an answer and pushed until they found the problem. Lucky she did as she is still with us today!

Constant mentrual bleeding is not normal if you do not have an obvious cause (like childbirth or injury)- get yourself checked out...
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I'm only 22, so I doubt it's cancer, but it certainly is strange. I don't have any medical insurance. I don't know how in the world I could pay for tests. I've had numerous health issues lately that have gone undiagnosed and untreated as a result. In fact, I had another ER visit this summer because of unusually high blood pressure and chest pain, and was referred to a cardiologist after and EKG, but I just simply can't afford it. I'm not quite sure what to do.
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OMG sweety, you need to go regardless, you can get assistance, that is actually what it is there for I mean don't be ashamed to get public aid for help right now...even if its just to pay for xrays and things like that they will pay for it
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so are we going to start a poll thread. Late, earley and location LOL Post your memses for humanity
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It might be somebody needing the bleeding to do magic. ummhmmm
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not two in month, but they've been heavier AND also i've noticed, it will start and then completely stop for a day and then go again so its like 2 days on, 1 day off, 3 days on or whatever

weird!

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