Well its kind of embarrassing to talk of this.. Your period can come at any time of the month because you have to have it at some point in time unless you get monthly ones. Now depending on when you got your period the previous month is important for this because if you got yer period in the beginning of the month then it should happen in the beginning of the present month.. This is probably confusing but its hard explaining.. Also the way the menstrual cycle works we dont control it comes when it wants to.... I know that one month had alreddy had my period in the beginning and i got it again at end of month going into a few days of the next month.., It didnt make sense at first UN till i realized how unpredictable it can be!
maybe, if you had it once at the beginning of the month and once at the end
It is safe, but if you aren't having your period there may be other possiblities. You may need to go see the doctor to get your period going again. And if you didn't have your period this month, you may not ovulate this month.
If by "come on the next month" you mean that you get your period again, then probably not. Best to do a test though.
Yes, your period isn't determined by the calendar date but is determined by your menstrual cycle - if your menstrual cycle was only 21 days long then you could menstruate on the first of the month, then again on the twentyfirst of the month.
Sometimes a woman's period is irregular. They could have their period one month, skip the next, then get it again. This happens more when women are just getting their period (more in teenage years)
It's not possible for someone to punch you in your vagina as your vagina is inside your body. When you menstruate is determined by your menstrual cycle so if you experience two periods in one month then your cycle is obviously less than a month long and happens to have fallen on the beginning and end of the month. Either that or you're mistaking vaginal bleeding for menstruation.
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sometimes your period can be irregular.... stress, illnesses, etc can affect your period. If this lasts more than a few months, see a doctor
When you get your period depends on your menstrual cycle. If you have a 28 day menstrual cycle you will likely get your period once per month, where as if you have a 20 day cycle it is possible to have two periods in one month - e.g. you could get your epriod on the 1st of the month, then again on the 20th of the month.
So, you began your womanhood at the beginning of the year and it lasted 4 days, then you got it again the next month and it lasted for 6 days. You are now on the third month and you didn't get it yet so you may wonder whether or not this is normal. Yes, it is completely normal to miss a period in the early stages of starting menstruation. They will pan out eventually.
as soon as you period does not come in the second month again.
If you are pregnant then it is unlikely that you wil have a period again until after the child is born
its ok but if it is Happening a lot and you are getting your period too much then just contact your doctor
hey,I usually have my period on the 9-10th every month for 5days...with cramps,not too bad. the past 3 months Ive had my period on 8-11th of each month,lasting about 2-3days spotting to heavy...is this normal??
It shouldn't if you take it properly. Birth control can be used to make your period more predictable & controlled. For example, I prefer my period at the beginning of the month because I expect it then. Mentally I just know new month, period is coming.
The arrival of your period is not a common sign of pregnancy. The most common reason to have a period at the beginning and the end of a calendar month is that the month had 31 days.
Menstruation is controlled by your menstrual cycle - the fact it's the beginning of the month has absolutely no relation to menstruation, your periods aren't supposed to start at the beginning of the month, they start i accordance to your cycle. You have discharge all the time as this is what keeps your vagina healthy and clean.
every women ovulates at a differeent time. but generally there is a 48 hour period in the middle of your cycle. so if you always have your period at the beginning of the month then you would ovulate in the middle of the month.
Have you had unprotected sex since your last period? Then it is possible you are pregnant.
they go into heat every four months for a whole month
You really can't, and shouldn't, mess with mother nature. Just let it happen when it happens.
no you could be pregnant though
It isn't that abnormal to have two periods in a month. However, sometimes it can occur, if you have a short cycle and your period starts at the beginning of the month. This would make it possible to have two periods in one month.
Your period is the beginning of a new menstrual cycle. Women ovulate once a month usually about 14 days (give or take a few) after the first day of their last period. If you did conceive (become pregnant) with that ovulation, you will typically not ovulate anymore until you have had your baby and begin having a normal period again.