If you are on the pill, you should call your doctor about it. You may need to get on a different kind. If you missed or were late taking the pill, that could be why also. If it just happened this month and you aren't on the pill it's probably just a weird thing. If it happens a lot, you should talk to your doctor. You should only be having one period a month.
The menstrual cycle is the full reproductive cycle from one period to the next. You can't have two periods in one cycle, either you have a shorter than normal cycle or you're bleeding for a reason other than menstruation. If your cycles are shorter than they should be or you're bleeding mid cycle then talk to your doctor to determine what is happening to cause this irregular bleeding.
during the menstrual cycle
A menstrual disorder is a physical or emotional problem that interferes with the normal menstrual cycle, causing pain, unusually heavy or light bleeding, delayed menarche, or missed periods.
If you're asking if its normal to have a 7 day menstrual cycle the answer is yes.
Yes, it's normal to have periods after 45 days. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days but everyone is different and there's no problem if your cycle is longer than average. It's also normal for menstrual cycles lengths to vary over time, so your cycles may not always be 45 days long.
When you become pregnant, your menstrual cycle is delayed for next ten periods. That means you will not get menstrual bleeding till delivery.
I got my period at 9 and my doctor told me it was fine. I am now 28 and my periods are very normal.
Yes, a 45 day cycle is still considered normal. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days but everyone is different and as such a longer cycle is perfectly normal.
You wouldn't get a normal menstrual cycle but light or unusual bleeding does occur.
First of all, it's menstrual. Second is the menstrual cycle is the time space between periods hope that helps! :)
Birth control pills will help regulate the menstrual cycle.
No, only placental mammals have periods.
Menses is the commonly used term for menstrual cycle. Monthly periods is another commonly used term.
The typical menstrual cycle is 28 days, but everyone is different.Count from day one of your period up until your next period, that is one cycle - figure out the average of your last six cycles to get an idea of your average menstrual cycle. It's normal to have up to a weeks variation from your average cycle, and cycles will change over time. You can use menstrual tracking apps to keep track of your periods and average cycle length.
If you that the MAP then you can have two periods.
Orientation has nothing to do with menstrual cycle.
yes, its just the bodys way of getting back to normal.
You can not stop a menstrual cycle without removing your ovaries. Some birth control pills allow you to skip periods, but this does not stop the cycle.
A normal menstrual cycle is considered to be 28 days long, give or take a few days on either side. Therefore, a 60 day menstrual cycle is not considered to be normal for a 30 year old.
No, kissing your girlfriend and stimulating your girlfriends breasts has no relation to her menstrual cycle. The menstrual cycle is controlled by a domino effect of hormonal changes between her reproductive organs and her brain, kissing her has no impact on this cycle. Her period will come as normal in accordance to her menstrual cycle, the only time you can change this is if you were to have sex with her and get her pregnant.Oh, heavens, NO.
No, giving someone oral sex has no impact on the menstrual cycle.Your menstrual cycle is determined by hormonal changes in your body.
You can't speed-up your menstrual cycle, it will continue as normal. There's also little reason why you should need to speed up your menstrual cycle.
No. The period is known as the menstrual cycle, which can only happen in women.
It means related to a woman's cycle of periods.