Is it normal to have 2 periods in a month one lasted 8 days and the other 5 days...when you just regularly have 8 days in a month?
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
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…
Is it normal to have 2 periods in one month when the second period of that month started right after intercourse and lasted about 3 days I've never had 2 periods in one month?
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, 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…
Could you be pregnant if you DON'T have any symptoms but your period was a week late and only lasted 3 days which is not normal and a guy ejaculated in you?
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.
Periods will be irregular because you don't ovulate regularly. This is normal if you're in your teens as it takes time for your body to reach a point where it is mature enough to ovulate on a regular basis and hormonal imbalances are normal during puberty - equally if you're heading into menopause hormonal imbalances and slowing down of ovulation is normal. Your cycles can also be irregular due to ill health or health problems…
Yes it is normal if you are still in your teenage years, early 20's or have only recently started having periods. Seeing how you have asked the question it seems perfectly normal. My friends once lasted up to 10 days. If you are really worried about it you should go see a doctor or talk to your parents about it.
You started taking the mini pill soon after you had your son in May your period has always been regular even on the pill This month it only lasted 2 days and was very light is this normal?
After taking one depot shot is it normal to have 2 normal periods and then not have one that next month?
What is wrong if you have had your period for 11 days and it has never lasted this long in the 6 years since you began menstruating?
Ive had lower stomach pains off on and my periods normal for 3 days then brown and discharge is this normal as my periods normally last 7 days but seems a lot shorter and a bit weird should i see doc?
No, sexual intercourse cannot start your periods. When you menstruate is determined by your menstrual cycle, a domino effect of hormonal changes effecting your reproductive organs. If your period is due it can induce your period, but that's it. Your cycle is not changed by sex, nor can sex allow you to speed-up your cycle or skip phases of your cycle - if your cycle was impacted by sex then how would anyone ever get…
If it'snormal foryou it's normal. I never had very heavy periods. Answer YES this is very normal. Your period can be very heavy on month and light the next also this depends on riether or not you are using any birth control and re sexually active also age is another factor teenage girls have periods that are like this and its very normal.
Is a 10-day period normal if you skipped last month and how does this affect the calculation of your fertile time and deciding what days are the most fertile?
No it isn't normal & you shouldn't bleed for this long. See your doctor. Well actually I have always had periods that have lasted from 10 to 12 days and according to my doctors it may not be the norm, but it is normal for me! As long as your not in extreme pain, I would say not to worry too much about it. If you are, I definitely recommend that you go see a…
Should you be worried if your period lasted for seven days last month and this month it was six days late and it ended earlier than usual?
No. Periods can fluctuate due to stress, being more sexually active than normal. Also hormones are to be accounted for. Our bodies change every 7 years. Women from as young as 35 up can be pre-menopausal (periods are irregular) until they reach menopause where their periods cease. It's a good idea to get a good physical each year and a pap test.
I began my women-hood in the beginning of the year it lasted 4 days I got it again the next month and it lasted for 6 I didn't get it the 3rd month Is it normal to miss like this?
So, you began your womanhood at the beginning of the year and it lasted 4 days, then you got it again the next month and it lasted for 6 days. You are now on the third month and you didn't get it yet so you may wonder whether or not this is normal. Yes, it is completely normal to miss a period in the early stages of starting menstruation. They will pan out eventually.
No, it typically is not true. A woman may have one lighter period after conception, but periods should not continue since the lining will not need to rebuild each month in preparation for conception. Even though TV shows make it sound like it is normal to have periods during pregnancy, it is NOT normal.