I started bleeding again. I absolutely shouldn’t be on my monthly any longer. I’m not getting anything done properly when these things happen. I’ve got a TMA due for 11th December. If this kicks off to the point where I have to seek hospital treatment then I’m not going to get that done. I’ve only wrote the first question answers in draft. I keep getting period like pains but I shouldn’t have them either at this point of the month. I was fine until this evening but then it started bleeding again. I definitely can’t afford to lose any more blood because I still have a headache from the two days that it was extremely heavy. I though that I was finished today but then it came back on tonight. It’s not normal to have a monthly for nearly 9 days. I started on the 20th, albeit that was mostly spotting until the 25th. Then the heavy bleeding came on for 2 days. Then for the last 2 days it has been sporadically spotting. It then goes from spotting to normal flow again. I’m nervous that it will go heavy again though because of the aches. That is normally what happens when it’s going to be heavy.
I cannot go anywhere tonight because I’ve had a can of cider. This is just a treat. I don’t normally drink but those 4 can packs will last for weeks. I can’t drink much in one go because I’m a lightweight. I don’t even mind admitting that I’m a lightweight because it’s the truth. That is a good thing because it costs me less on a night out due to the fact that it doesn’t take much to be just the right amount of drunk to be confident. Anyway, they tell you not to drive yourself to A&E but I have no one that can take me over to our local one. I am hoping that it won’t come to having to go to hospital but if it goes like the other day I’m definitely going to get a bit freaked out. I should be fine. I’m more fed up with this issue than distressed at the moment. It is hard not to think about what may happen after what it did the other day. I can’t properly concentrate on my modules TMA at the moment so I’m going to leave it until tomorrow now.