You may be experiencing some non-menstrual bleeding, which can be normal. Especially if you are taking birth control and have missed a dose or two. Cycles are not always regular, and menstruation can occur every 3 to 8 weeks. If your bleeding continues for more than a week, it would be prudent to seek medical attention.
Yes it sometimes does follow the regular cycles
yes it is common its just the way that the body is changing after having menstrual cycles. as long as you do not have bleeding that is heavy or like really bad cramping that wants to make you push.
Get on a pill to regulate your cycles Get on a pill to regulate your cycles
Cycles can be disrupted by exercising, dieting , and stress. But if you are sexually active this cramping with out bleeding could be a urinary tract infection, see a doctor. If you are having heavy flow and cramping, it could be miscarriage. You will have a positive HPT for two weeks after miscarriage if you want to know for sure. Good luck Joymaker rn
Some women complain of cramping in the first months of using NuvaRing. If your cramping lasts longer than three cycles or is troublesome, contact your health care provider for advice and a possible exam.
if you have a regular cycle and this was a regular period same number of days and bleeding is the same as always. no u could have not gotten pregnant before July 23rd because if you were pregnant your period would not come on women with regular cycles typically ovulate 14 days before next cycle so this cuts ur period off.
There is no specific age or time when a womans menstrual cycles will regulate, some womens cycles never regulate in fact. Even going through your teens and into your early twenties you will have phases of months or years with regular cycles then out of nowhere as your body changes your cycles can be thrown off. Things such as stress and ill-health can cause irregular cycles too. At very least you shouldn't expect regular cycles until adulthood, early to mid twenties.
This sounds like some of the early signs of pregnancy. Women may experience implantation bleeding and light "menstrual" cramps, as the uterus readies itself for the embryo. If your cycles are regular, use an online due date calculator to see how far along you may possibly be - such as at Babycenter.com Then, you can determine if you're far enough along for a pregnancy test. If the cramping is severe and on "each side" of the womb, you may be experiencing an ectopic pregnancy. But if the cramping and bleeding subside, no worries. Just trust your gut, and try not to scare yourself. My first pregnancy had ligament cramping so severe that it would wake me out of my sleep in tears... but it always subsided. And 9 lbs 9 oz of healthy baby followed. So, hold on for a little while, and take a pregnancy test! And be sure to discuss any pains with your midwife, naturopathic doctore, etc.
Hello - It is unlikely this is caused by your own cycle getting in tune to other womens cycles around you. Brown blood is old blood and this can be caused by several things: * Vaginal infection. * Urinary Tract Infection. * Pregnancy. * Implantation Bleeding. * Hormonal Imbalance. * Approaching period. * Stopping birth control = break through bleeding.
Not necessarily, most likely this "second period" is spotting or breakthrough bleeding. Spotting/ Breakthrough bleeding is bleeding before or in between menstrual cycles.
Depends...per WebMD (http://women.webmd.com/tc/normal-menstrual-cycle-normal-menstrual-cycle), "The menstrual cycle is measured from the first day of menstrual bleeding, Day 1, up to Day 1 of your next menstrual bleeding. Although 28 days is often cited as the "regular" cycle length, only 15% of women actually have such a cycle." * A teen's cycles tend to be long (up to 45 days), growing shorter over several years. * Between ages 25 and 35, most women's cycles are regular, generally lasting 21 to 35 days. * Around ages 40 to 42, cycles tend to be the shortest and most regular. This is followed by 8 to 10 years of longer, less predictable cycles until menopause.
If you have normal cycles and typlical cycles involve heaving bleeding and cramps and then you experience light bleeding and no cramps. You have taken a pregnancy testbut the question I have is how soon after you this did you take the test? Pregnancy test can ofen be inacurate or unreliable. Based on your symptoms I would expect you arenot pregnant. It is not uncommon for women who have regular cycles to every now and then have a slight change in that cycle. Birth conrol plays a large roll in that. If you are experiencing any other symptom you should consult your doctor.
Assuming regular cycles, probably around March 16th, 2008. Assuming regular cycles, probably around March 16th, 2008.
I assume that you mean menstrual cycles, and no a person cannot have menstrual cycles while pregnant. It is biologically impossible to ovulate and menstruate while pregnant, the body shuts down the menstrual cycles once you're pregnant. People can bleed while their pregnant for various reasons, for example hormonal imbalance or implantation bleeding, but not menstruate.
take a pregnancy test
There are such things as "silent heats." These heat cycles do not present with bleeding (or minimal bleeding that the owner may miss). this is why it is important to know the schedule of your dogs cycles and observe her behavior and males reactions to her
Hello - Spotting is considered as spots of blood in your underwear or when you wipe. Light bleeding is light bleeding that may or may not require a pad or streaks of blood when you wipe. This can be pregnancy related or caused by a hormonal imbalance.
It may take a while but your body should go back to your regular cycles.
A regular cycle means menstruating regularly without mid-cycle spotting - remember that your cycle doesn't always have to be exactly the same length, when we talk of irregular cycles we're talking about weeks or months difference from one cycle to the next. If you're in your teens or going into menopause irregular cycles are normal, but otherwise you should see a doctor to investigate.
Most menstrual cycles start off with what appears to be a lot of bleeding in the beginning. Towards the end there can be little to no bleeding with a watery discharge.
The side effects of female sterilization can include abnormal bleeding between menstrual cycles, missed menstrual cycles, and bladder infections.
To be honest, it really depends on the woman and her body at that particular time. Since girls' bodies are always changing it's hard to predict EXACTLY when ovulation will occur. 14 days is the average among those who have full and regular 28 day cycles, but some women don't have regular 28 day cycles so their ovulation will happen at different times. So, it really depends. . .
Women with severe menstrual pain have higher levels of prostaglandin in their menstrual blood than women who do not have such pain.