Yes, it can be. If you are under stress this can cause missed periods. If you have been sick, on a diet, all of these things can cause missed periods. If you are young and just starting your periods it is common to skip months or to have irregular period. It takes a year or two before a cycle becomes regular.
yes, if it's your first time starting.
That's perfectly normal. During the first one to two years, periods can be very irregular. You may skip one or two months, or have one light period, and a heavy one next. If you miss more than three periods in a row, though, I suggest seeing your doctor.
Its actually normal , some people cycles are different , some people even miss a couple of months.
Yes, very normal...girls are usually all over the place and ireggular the fist year or two so dont worry!
No, it is not unusual to miss a period or two when you are going through puberty.
If you have had sex, pregnancy is a possibility.
yes its normal , if your period is late you can have brown discharge also it happens after periods and it mean its cleaning out your vagina and old blood looks brown.
If you had two normal periods , the chances of you getting pregnant are very little.
periods could happen twice in one month, but the next month, you might miss
No. Two normal heavy periods and no symptoms of pregnancy sound like your definitely not pregnant.
It simply means that you missed your periods for two months - chances are you did not ovulate those two months, it's normal for ovulation to be delayed if you're young or if you're experiencing poor health - the third month your cycles returned to normal, and hopefully they remain so.
No, but I would check with a doctor if it is more than a 2 months, because this could be dangerous or you might caring a child you if your periods do not happen for a while and when you are caring a child you might be have discharges that may look like your normal periods, so get a doctor as soon as possible.