Misusing Ortho Evra can cause your body to become unable to produce children. It is very unwise to use the patch in such a manner as it can cause long-term damage to your reproductive system. Ortho Evra made my periods a few days late and I was using it correctly. It can cause the period to be late or sometimes even missed for a month. Just wait and it'll come back. Maybe.
Yes this is normal. Your period should return to a normal cycle within 3 months.
No. When a young girl first starts her period it is often irregular for the first few months or year. It takes time for the hormones and the body to settle into a cycle.
Irregular menstrual period means a period which is not a set number of days, it may be only a couple of days one cycle and then weeks the next. Irregular menstrual periods can also see irregular flow patterns so light then heavy one cycle, heavy all the way through the period of the next cycle.
Things such as stress or illness can cause your period to become temporarily irregular. But if this happens often, you may have an irregular menstrual cycle and may need to see a 'GYN to get it more regulated.
Your period may stay irregular until you are 18 to 20 years old when you will develop a regular cycle.
After your first few periods it's normal for the cycle to be irregular. I haven't gotten my period in 7 months...but trust me, if you're definitely not pregnant, and you're still in the first year of having your period, you're perfectly fine.
if you have been doing vigourous physical activity, it sometimes means that your period will come early. or if you just got it, the first few months are irregular.
its just irregular, this is normal for the first years, up to 3 or even 4 years until your period cycle will become normal.
Irregular menstrual cycles mean that there is no predictability in a persons menstrual cycles. Typically when a person has irregular cycles there are weeks or months difference between menstruation and/or they may have irregular bleeds between menstruation. You an have monthly periods with an irregular cycle, but often people think their cycles are irregular because they don't understand that a persons cycles may not always be 28 days or that cycle lengths can change.
Not necessarily. I have an irregular menstrual cycle and sometimes I will go up to 3 months with out having it. If you are really concerned you should go ahead and buy a PT to ease your worries.
No, it's not okay not to get your period for three months. Your menstrual cycle is a good indicator of your overall health, although irregular or abscent menstruation may be normal at certain times in your life such as during puberty, going this long without a cycle may be an indicator that something is wrong. If you go over three months without a period you should talk to your doctor to investigate the cause.
It means nothing at all. It takes years from the time you get your first period for your cycle to become completely regular, and some women stay irregular.
You can tell if your menstrual cycle is irregular because you'll be menstruating or experiencing vaginal bleeding at random times. Anything up to a weeks variation from your average menstrual cycle is considered to be normal, if there are weeks or months difference then they're irregular.
There might be. If she has just started her period the cycle might be irregular. Also the 6-8 period a girl gets might come late.
go see a doctor, but to me it means you probably have an irregular cycle. some girls have an irregular cycle so it's nothing TOO big to freak on i think..
This means nothing apart from you had a episode of a irregular period which caused you to skip your cycle.
Of course. I have gotten a period 3 months late before and there is nothing abnormal about it. Youre very irregular when you first start having them but your body does eventually work out a regular cycle.
It will probably go back to the way it was. The best way that I have found to have a normal cycle is to be on some type of birth control.
In geology, an erratic cycle refers to an irregular occurrence in geological phenomena. These occurrence happen at any particular period.
After stopping the contraceptive implant, your menstrual cycle will return to its previous pattern (whether regular or irregular) in four to six weeks.
if you stop taking your birth control pills at any time through out your cycle, you will bring on your period. * if you miss a day this can also bring on a short period* some pills take a few months (avg is 3months) for your menstrual cycle to become accustomed to forced change. This can result in irregular periods and spotting (short light periods). After 3 months your cycle should have adjusted. If you are bleeding after this much time in mid cycle (according to yr pills) without missing pills contact your doctor. the hormonal dose of the particular pills you are on may not be working with your body.
You should visit your gynocologist since irregular periods/ovulation can be very difficult to track.
not necessarily, irregular periods happen quite often, unless you have had unprotected sex. but a dramatic change in weight, or the amount you eat can also affect your period. Even stress can cause your period to be irregular or un-even.
Yes, when you are younger, or just begining your cycle; it is very normal to have an irregular period. It is normal through all of your teens years as your body is constently changing.