Is it normal not to get your period with the IUD after having it in for almost 2 years?
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.
If you have been on Depo Provera for 6 years and never get a normal period what could it mean if you start cramping and bleeding and your breasts are tender?
Can losing weight cause regular periods even if you have an IUD and stopped having periods for the first 2 years?
Yes, it is perfectly normal for a young women to reach menarche at 11 years old. The average age of menarche is around 12 years old to 13 years old, but anything between 10 years old to 16 years old is considered within normal age. The age of around 11 years old is a little under average but it's certainly not unusual to reach menarche at this age.
I'm 13 and my period is 13 days late i only started my period 3-4 months ago so is this normal I've given up on it coming on this month but can anyone give me any advice?
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…
Well, it depends. If you have recently gotten your first period ever, than it's perfectly normal for it to be irregular for around two years before having a normal cycle. It's also normal for it to not be irregular when you first get it. The only reason you should not have it for two months could be a chance of pregnancy. I would suggest going to a doctor to get a check up.
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.
If your 13 and your periods been late for almost 2 months now and your period first started 2 years ago and you know for sure your not pregnant because you never had sex is this normal?
Unless you are having sex, it is probably okay. If you are having sex ( which I would highly advise you not to at such a young age) , but if you are, you should consider taking a pregnancy test. If you are abstinent (free from sex), then it is probably okay. If you are just getting familiar with your periods, then it is common for your period to be irregular. It could even take…
You an 15 and you skipped a period for 1.5 years it started but then it stopped again and you are not sexually active?
Been off the pill for a month and now having breast tenderness mild cramping excess discharge with no period?
My daughter just had her first period she's only 10 years old is that normal and as a single father what do i need to do to help her?
Was on the pill for almost 3 years and went off it about 2 months ago. got period a week early last month but haven't got it yet this month is this normal?
It is extremely normal there are girls who get their periods at 8 years old so you shouldn't be worried, and I believe it is impossible to have a period for 10 months (Anyone that has had it that long needs to be checked out! And even then it wouldn't be a period!!!) It is also quite normal to get your period and then it doesn't come back for months then it comes back and…