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Your period - is this normal? Colour change.


Your period is a big part of your life, even though you probably don't think about it much. It's just something that happens once a month and then vanishes into oblivion until next month's visit. For many, their period is routine and fairly predictable. However, if there are signs your menstrual cycle has changed—or that something might be going wrong with it—it's important to pay attention! This is the third post in the Your period - is this normal? series, which will help you figure out what changes in your period might mean when it comes to your health.

If you're bleeding a little more than usual.

If you are bleeding a little more than usual, especially if it's a brownish colour, you should see a doctor. You should also see a doctor if your period lasts longer than seven days and is extremely heavy or If you are bleeding a lot and it's bright red.

If the colour of your menstrual blood is different than usual.

The colour of your menstrual blood is a big deal. If you notice that it's especially bright red or dark red, this could be an indicator of more serious health problems. Anytime the colour of your period blood is different than usual, make sure to let your doctor know.

In general, if your period is any shade of pink or brownish-red, it's perfectly normal and nothing to worry about (as long as there aren't any other signs that something's wrong). However, if you see bright red spots on certain days instead of just being able to track them over time with a pad/tampon/etc., it could be indicative of an underlying problem like uterine fibroids or polyps—both conditions that can cause heavy bleeding in addition to irregular periods due to the growths' proximity to sensitive tissues inside the uterus. Similarly, menorrhagia (excessive menstruation) can also result in heavy bleeding during periods because there isn't enough room for all that blood inside one organ system!

We hope this article has given you a better understanding of what your period means when it comes to your health. Remember that just because something isn't normal for you doesn't mean it's abnormal—you may just be experiencing some normal variations in your cycle. If you're still concerned, consult with a doctor who can help diagnose any potential problems based on the details of your symptoms, including how often they occur and what they look like.

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