It can take up to 2 years to become regular.
Not as long as you keep having them. If they are regular that is what is normal for you. If not they can be regulated.
Every woman is different when it comes to regular periods after discontinuing birth control. Some women start back regularly within a month and others can take years to become regular again.
Long periods of immobility can cause muscle atrophy. This means that the muscles become weaker and thinner from disuse.
anytime food resources become scarce for long periods..... winter
If you have regular periods then 5-6 weeks is too long since your last period. If you are 16 years old, you may be experiencing irregular periods. It happens.
Good ways to menstruate include having regular periods that last between 3 and 5 days and are not too painful or heavy. Regular periods are considered to be a menstrual cycle that is between 28 and 32 days long.
Many girls do not have regular periods when they first start having periods. As long as you are having periods every two or three months, there is no real reason for concern at this time. If your periods are very heavy, or if not being able to predict them causes you problems, you may wish to see a doctor (gynecologist) to get help in regulating them.
Everybody is different but that happened to me for the first 8 months :)
it takes to 4 years in regular college
Yes you can have a low sperm count if you are a regular user of a labtop for long periods. It is the radiation that is responsible.
A regulation NHL game consists of three 20-minute periods. Depending on the amount of breaks during the first and second periods, the intermissions between periods can last from 15 to 20 minutes. There are three television timeouts in each period. During the regular season, a game that goes beyond regulation will have a brief timeout (sometimes not long enough for a commercial break) followed by a 5-minute sudden death overtime. As of the 2005-06 season, any game not decided by the end of overtime in the regular season will go to a shootout. In the playoffs, regulation periods and intermissions occur as they do in the regular season. However, shootouts are not implemented and all overtimes are 20 minutes long. Time between peroids is generally shorter, closer to ten minutes, and there are no commercial breaks in overtime. So, there are only Three Periods!!
Same as a regular season game so 20 minutes for warm ups 20 for inbetween periods and 20 minute periods so about 140 minutes.