It's not normal to bleed at all, the idea that you should bleed the first time is a myth.It is possible to bleed any time you have sex if it is rough or forced, but there's nothing about the first time specifically that would mean that you would have to bleed at all.
yes it is normal. Your body is adjusting to not receiving the hormones from the pill. Though if you bleed for a long time, or bleed again in a few days I suggest going to your doctor because soemthing could be wrong.
it depends what you are bleeding from. if you have a nose bleed then it shouldn't bleed for long. if it is a paper cut it shouldn't bleed long. usually if you treat the wound correctly depending on what it is the bleeding should stop within a couple of minuts. it can be bad to bleed for a long time, even fatal
This is normal because everyone adjusts to birth control differently. Some people will not bleed at all while others might bleed the whole time they are on the medication.
a dog is in heat 3 weeks 7 days going in 7 days in heat and 7 days going out , she will bleed most of this time .
around as long as one of your normal periods i didnt bleed after my d and c but they told me it could last up to 5 to 7 days
Yes. It's very normal.
I got my IUD on July 8 2010 I had my first day of my normal period upon insertion. Bleed for 5 days. Then had continuous spoting until July 21 were I got my period again. I was told that irregular bleeding is normal. However, I will be calling my dr in the am to make sure that this its right
You may bleed for days, weeks, or months after stopping Depo-Provera. Your period is likely to become regular again anywhere from one to eighteen months after the last injection. The average time to the first normal period is 11 months.
if you are a woman you bleed yes due to the breaking of the heimin and not for very long prolly anywhere from 3-10 minutes.
Its not at all. You need to make a app with your obgyn ASAP!
Normal bleeding is 1-4 weeks.
A lot of dogs gums will bleed if they are chewing really hard, or for long periods of time. When they start to bleed, take the rawhide away from them for the day. If they always bleed when chewing on rawhide bones I would find a softer chew toy for them.
About a couple of weeks
Of course it's diffrent for everyone. The first time I used the patch my first period on the patch lasted almost 2 weeks, and my doctor said that was nothing to be worried about. But after going off and back on the patch my first period on the patch was nonexistant, which my doctor also said was normal. So it all depends on your body, and how it reacts and how much time it needs to ajust to this bombardment of hormoines.
If you have been bleeding constantly for 5 months, you need to seek medical attention. There is obviously something going on with your reproductive system that is causing you to bleed for so long. It's not healthy, nor normal to bleed for such an extended period of time. Please go see your doctor and tell him/her what you've been experiencing so they can determine the cause of the bleeding.
It is normal if it is normal for you. If you have always had 2 day long periods, then there is probably nothing to worry about. However, if you normally experience longer periods and now they have shortened, take a look at your everyday activities. Athletic women tend to have shorter lighter periods than non-athletic women, and things like birth control pills can have an effect on how long you bleed for. So basically if it is normal for you, count yourself lucky that you only have to bleed for 2 days.
On hormonal birth control you no longer ovulate so you no longer menstruate, instead you get a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in hormones as a result of going from active to inactive pills. Your withdrawal bleed will only last as long as your placebo pills at most, so that's just one week.When you first start the pill it is normal to see irregular bleeding so for the first three months you may bleed longer.
Yes it is normal as long as you don't fill a pad completely and as long as you still feel movement, but if you bleed more than a pad full and it feels like period cramps then you need to see your doctor as soon as possible.
You bleed for 3 weeks
immediately after the intercourse dear.
how long do a dog suppose to bleed after giving birth?
It depends on your age and how long you've been going out for. If he's shy you might want to make the first move but be gentle and if he's uncomfortable stop. Always put him first! :)
Yes. As long as it is light pink or spotted red. If it is dark red and lots of it like a period, then get to the ER.