Your question is a common question, after I had my birth controll planted the (IUD) I did not get my period for three months now I get it every month with light spotting the reason you may not get your period is that the IUD puts out slow release hormone to thin the viginal lining so a fertalized egg can not inplant it self, two years is verry uncommon yes but the best thing you can do for your self is to check with your doctor or even go to a porfessional OB/GYN. Also having the IUD you should check your self every month to feel the stings( DO NOT PULL IT OUT YOURSELF!) doing so could rip your cirvix! Have your doc do it. Your IUD should be checked every six months with a Pap at least once a year.
It is a normal occurrence on Depo Provera for bleeding and spotting to stop over time.
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.
No, it is not. Most likely, you didn't get it. It could have been a practice period, just a little to show you are growing.
Missing a period once in five years is normal with or without the IUD.
In my experience I was on the shot for atleast 3years and I never had a normal period either. In fact I didn't have a period at all. You may just be having your period and it has not been normal so I think you need to go to the doctor.
Yes, it is completely normal for a 10 years old to have her period. The average age that a woman receives her first period is 13 years old, but anything between 10-16 years old is considered normal.
Yes, it's completely normal not to have your period at the age of 14 years old. The average age of menarche (first period) is 13 years old but anything up to 16 years old is considered within normal range.
why am i having my periods at 57 years old
Yes, this is completely normal. The average age of menarche (first period) is 13 years old, but anything between 8 years old and 18 years old is considered normal.
I am 58 years old and am still having regular, normal periods LIKE CLOCKWORK!!! This can't be normal! I am wondering if taking the pill, in the past has anything to do with it?
I'm not sure generally speaking, but I got my period, stopped eating, got really underweight, stopped getting it.. and then 2.5 years later after I gained weight it returned.
its just irregular, this is normal for the first years, up to 3 or even 4 years until your period cycle will become normal.
Yes, I got mine when I was 11. People start at all different ages from as early as 9 to as late as 15/16. Don't worry, this is completely normal.
about 7 years
I am not sure but this just happened to me. I have had an IUD (Mirena) for 4 years and had not been having any periods. Recently, I lost almost 40 lbs and now I am having a regular period.
Yes, Starting Your Period At 8 Is Completey Normal. You Can Start From 8-16 Years Old. x
When you first start to get your period, it is completely normal for it to come inconsistently. You won't get a period on a regular schedule for a few years - and sometimes not even then. Your period can be affected by things like diet, exercise, and stress, so sometimes just living life can make your period come early or late. If you're not having sex and you're still in the first few years of having a period, you have nothing to worry about if your period is late.
The average age of menarche (first period) is 13 years old. Anywhere between 10 years old and 16 years old is considered normal, but it is possible to start earlier or later than this.
yes it can. In about 3-4 years of you having your period I can regulate itself
not if its for a month strait no.
no, you need to go see your gynecologist
If you mean normal as in everyone does it, probably not. Having a girlfriend at 11 is comparably rare already, and it's even rarer that the girlfriend is almost two years older. It's normal to kiss on the bed however, and as long as you only kiss it's also ok, but keep your clothes on.
Yes, it's completely normal not to have your period by the age of 13 years old. the average age of menarche is 13 years old, but anything up to 16 years old is completely normal and some women don't start until even later than that.
Yes. Nowadays girls are getting their periods earlier. I am ten years old and just recently got my period last July. I have reserched this question very often and my conclusion is that it is normal for girls to get their period even at the age of as early as 8 years old. So, yes, it is normal for a 10 year old to get her period.