i have pcos (polycystic ovarian syndrome). bleeding like this can occur. i have went 3 months before...then turn around and not have a period for 7 months. if you are experiencing bleeding this long see your doc. like now i haven't had a period in 3 months and just started spotting 3 days ago...don't be like me and put having something this extreme off. i spotted for 6 months before i had the courage to go see a doctor. good luck. hope this helped.
time of month means when a girl or women is on their period.... duuhhh.....
yes. that has been proven time and time again. with me it was a lighter period than normal but it still happens. especially if you were using a form of birth control when you concieved.
no, it is normal. when you start your period for the first time it takes a year or two to become a normal cycle.
Yes, this is a normal "side effect" of depo. My menses also stopped after my first shot.
Time to take a test.
It's different for every woman. Most of the time, a period lasts 4-7 days
If that's the only place the ejecta went - no.
You can get your period at ANY time of the month.
No i dont think that is normal. Go see a docter sweetheart for a professional opinion.
Time of the month. Time of month. = a period.
No, once your period begins you are no longer ovulating. A woman ovulates before menstraion, this the only time of the month that a female can become pregnant
Yes, this is normal. Happens to me all the time. You were probably just more stressed out that month than usual. You should be back on track the next month or so.
I doubt it. Being late for your period is actually quite normal. Getting your period to soon is also quite normal. There has never been a single time in my entire life that I could pinpoint when I was going to get my period. I have even got my period twice in the same month. Now that's a bummer. Talk to a doctor and get regular exams so this way you & the doctor can figure out what your personal normal & abnormals are because every one is different. No two woman are alike.
okay i dont think that you can answer my question so forget it
Well, I got my first period when I was about 11 years old. And then a little bit of spotting again a month later. Then, Didn't come again for about a year, Now I have it regularly. So my best guess, Would be no, Its completely fine. Yep, I agree with ^! I had my 1st period when I was 11. Your periods aren't suppossed to be perfectly normal for the first 2 or 3 years! If you spend alot of time with another woman, your periods might start to sync, (You probably know that) but If that woman is about to experience menapause, then it might throw your cycle off!
No, it can start at any time. You might have thought your period starts on the first of each month because periods are "monthly," but this just means that the average woman gets their period every 28 days. Once you get your first period, it will take about a year for it to regulate. Once it does, you will get a period around the same time each month, or you will have about the same number of days between each one.
Its normal I get them all the time after my period.
This may mean ur cycle is changing because as for myself I usually get my period with in every 26 days in a month but recently it has been changing to every 28 days in a month so keep tract of ur period and remember some month's have 31 days so it is normal to get ur period twice in one month. I hope this helps
The puerperium is known as the period of time when the uterus returns to its normal size.
Yes, some woman can have a period every month while being pregnant. yes
Yes, that is normal for the shot. Hey, it's one of the benefits. However, some doctors and medical professionals believe that not having your period for a specific amount of time is not healthy.
my period came 2 time in the same month
A month is a somewhat arbitrary period of time that loosely approximates the period of one lunar cycle.
Each time I have been pregnant, I had spotting at the normal time of my period for the first 3 months.
Nope. Don't worry. Next time be safe!