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i started spotting a week before my period. it only showed when i wipped and lasted for about 3 days. then i started a day early. when i started it came with horrible cramps!!!! the next morning i woke up with a nose bleed....i have not had a nose bleed in over a year....later on that day i had dirrhea. i have had dirrhea now for two days. this morning when i brushed my teeth my gums bleed...which never ehat is going on??? summery:spotting before period, early painful period, nose bleed, dirrhea, and bleeding gums. please give me some advice!!!!!

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replied January 24th, 2011
Menstruation Answer A18877
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Your symptoms are suggestive of anemia, bleeding or clotting disorder. If the bleeding is continuing still, then visit emergency room or take urgent appointment with your doctor to look for blood work-up including bleeding and clotting parameters. Do not delay in your visit to your doctor.
Take care.

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