between your period is certainly something that can cause concern for a woman, and is unfortunately somewhat common. Unfortunately, however, it is extremely difficult to give specific advice without more information. If you have established a relationship with a doctor
in the past, such as an OB/GYN or a family practice doctor, it is entirely appropriate to call and ask this question to their office. He or she may know your health history and will be able to ask questions specific to your situation. In this situation, however, I have to be conservative because I do not so much as know your age let alone any of your risk factors for bleeding. In general, these questions are so individualized because so much will depend on you and your menstrual history. If you are historically very regular and this compromises a wide variation from that baseline, then this is likely something that you need to speak with your doctor about and may need an exam for. If, however, you are often irregular in this fashion, have changed birth control
, or have other factors, then your doctor may be ok with waiting a bit longer. Please speak with your doctor for more direction, and good luck!