Dear Reader; It may be normal for you. Let me explain some more. The wall of the uterus contains cells that are able to take on large amounts of fluids including blood in anticipation of pregnancy. The surface layer of these cells are discarded during each period. Some times these cells can get loose and start growing in other parts of the reproductive organs and in rare cases other parts of the body. This is called endometriosis. This can be a small bother once you know what it is or a greater problem. There is some generational predispostion toward endometriosis so let your mother and children know if your doctor confirms this to be what you have. Do check with your doctor to confirm what you have or don't have. Dwight
It's normal to get pimples anywhere on your body before you get your period.
Yes before you get your period the first time you ovulate.
i get it too!
Yes, it is normal.
yes it's normal
Yes, it is normal.
No it's normal. because its the beginning of ovulation it begins when the egg or (ovum) matures and getts realesd from the overies by menstaulcycle101 ty
Typically, your breasts start to develop about 2 years before your period begins.
No, it's not normal to get a fever before your period. It is normal for your temperature to be higher just after ovulation and up through your period, but if you have a fever that's caused by something else so go talk to your doctor.
It is normal to spot a day before your period and also after your period. However, if spotting starts way too early, you might need to see a doctor.
Your actual period should last no longer than 6-7 days. (a week). During this time it can start, stop, be heavy, light...etc.
after its over.
It is not a sign of pregnancy and it is not normal.
totally normal don't worry if you have never had your period before then well you may be!
All this means is that your period is longer than normal. The fact you had sex a few days before your period doesn't change your menstrual flow.
Yes its normal
Totally normal to have cramping before and after