it can happen if it is your first year having your period then it is normal but if it is a consern then see a doctor it can happen if it is your first year having your period then it is normal but if it is a consern then see a doctor
It is normal. I had my first period 7 days, on the 8th day nothing and then I had it again on 9th - 12th.
Yes as it it is the first time you are having your periods it may start and then stop and start again.
Don't expect a regular 28 day cycle for at least a year after that you should be on schedule
Yes.It is normal but it is not your true first period. It will come later.
I'm sure it is. I not, we're in this together. I am 13 and have had discharge since I was 10 but still no period.
An STD will not delay your first period.
If your period is late and you have been having sex without using anything to prevent pregnancy, you should take a pregnancy test.
No, this will be normal period.
yes... i had sex the day after my period finished and fell pregnant... you can even get pregnant while having ur period.. it all depends on your cycle and when your most fertile.
I havent either. But are you sexually active? Because if so, then there is a good chance you could be pregnant. But my doctor said that its totally normal to miss your period on the first sugar pill you take. Good luck
It is not uncommon have cramps before having your first ever period
Yes. My first period was only 2 days so its completely normal
no, it is normal. when you start your period for the first time it takes a year or two to become a normal cycle.
You can get pregnant even the first time. If you are regular and have missed, you need to do a test. Good luck.
The average age of menarche (first period) is 13 years old, but anything between 10-16 years old is considered normal. Everyone develops differently and at different speeds, so there is no one age when you should start having a period.
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.
Yes, cramping when you miss your first period is normal.
That's normal. I Don't know the reason why but it happens to everyone when they first get their period so it's nothing to worry about. I guess it's because your body isn't used to having a period yet and it's just a practice run before your periods become normal.
Are you wondering if you can get pregnant without having had your first period? Well, yes you can. If you're having unprotected sex when your first menstrual cycle is starting, then you can get pregnant witout having had a period first. That'd be unsuitably early to start having sex, and terribly early to become pregnant.
It is very normal to miss a period after 28 days from your last period. Don't worry, it happens to many kids and teens
Certain birth control pills do make your period lighter or stop completely while you are taking them. If it concerns you too much call your gyno, but I believe this is normal for some.