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Is it normal for a 12-year-old to have a lot of vaginal bleeding?

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2010-10-02 23:59:32
2010-10-02 23:59:32

If on their period, yes. If getting their period for the first couple times it's very usual that the flow will be longer than somebody whom has had it for years, although if you are worried about it, ask your doctor.

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