well it depends on how old your ,if its your first time sometime is normal but if is not your first time you should see your doctor and talk to him about it
Some women have light periods. It is nothing to worry about.
Yes, this can be totally normal. In order to menstruate regularly you have to ovulate regularly, at 11 years old it's unlikely that your body is mature enough to ovulate on a regular basis so irregular periods or lack of periods is normal - even when you're a little older, as your body changes this can effect hormones and your cycles by large so result in irregular periods. If concerned then talk to your doctor if you've gone over three months without a period.
It is normal :)
is it normal to spot for almost a week before periods appear? is it normal to spot for almost a week before periods appear? is it normal to spot for almost a week before periods appear?
Yes, you can have periods and not have another for mouths its completely normal.
yes its normal. you just had a late period now if you mean ur period lasted for 2 weeks then no. see a doctor theres something wrong and you may need to fix it before to late
No this isn't normal
No, it isn't normal to have periods closer together than they should be for your particular pattern. Any bleeding outside of the expected time, especially if it occurs after sex, should be investigated by a doctor. There are many causes, but because a few of them are serious it should be investigated.
yes it total normal
Yes, it is perfectly normal to have irregular periods at first. Most girls worry about it at first, but there is no need.
Yes, this is completely normal. While on the pill your menstrual cycle was suppressed, coming off the pill your body has to adjust to ovulating and menstruation regularly again - it's a little like starting your periods all over again. It can take up to 12 months for your cycles to regulate again.
No, it is not normal. You should consult a doctor.
no its not bad. its normal. to get them late isnt normal
There are such cases but this is not normal.Yes, it is normal!!!!
Yes it is normal.
If you had two normal periods , the chances of you getting pregnant are very little.
Yes, missing periods in your pre-teens or teens is normal. You only menstruate if you first ovulate, and you only ovulate when your body is physically mature enough to get pregnant - it takes time for your body to mature to the point where it is ovulating regularly, and thus menstruating regularly. It's totally normal for periods to be irregular like this up until adulthood, staying healthy and using herbal treatments like chaste tree can help your menstrual cycles regulate a little quicker.
Some women still have periods while pregnant but it is not common.
It's different for everyone. I mean my first period was light i suppose but it only lasted 3 days but as i say, it varies. its not unusually for people to start lightly but its fine if its heavy.
If the periods were normal flow for you, then no. You most likely have irregular periods.
Irregular periods have to be dealt with as soon as possible by consulting a physician. However, if you got your periods (even for a day) then for the time being you have not conceived. Be careful next time and avoid unprotected sex. If you got your periods, even for a day, then be sure you hav'nt conceived.