You should elaborate your question.
- What have you down?
- What version are you working with on what os?
- How do you export your PDF?
- What do you expect?
- What do you get?
- Which program version are you using to make the PDF?
- Which program are you using to vie the PDF?
When you specify an inside bleed on PDF export of a facing pages document, that bleed area is the edge of the other page in the spread. This is completely normal.
Most times you don't need any inside bleed, and this is harmless and can be ignored or you can set the inside bleed to 0, but if you do need an iniside bleed and the bleeding object does not continue across the spine, then you must split the spread and extend the object. See InDesignSecrets » Blog Archive » Breaking Pages Apart to Bleed Off a Spine
Thank you, thank you. You saved the day P Spier!!