No. Periods generally last 2-7 days1. You may have a hormone imbalance, and although it is not life threatening, please see your doctor or gynecologist for more information and possible treatment.
Yes, it is relatively normal to have your period for more than 10 days after stopping the Depo Provera shot. Irregular bleeding is common and it should not last more than a couple of weeks.
No, you need to contact your doctor ASAP! That can be dangerous if you don't do anything about it.
no. unless you are a heavy exerciser and have spotting, which i swear sometimes lasts forever
No, it isn't! See a doctor, girl!)
Yes, it is normal to have a period more than 7 days. In fact, a period of up to 8 days is considered normal.
You have to see a doctor. It's not good for you to bleed that much every month and it's not normal.
No it is not. it can be normal when you are having your period or during pregnancy but other than that no. go to your gyno.
You probably just had a miscarrage.
It's not exactly normal for a period to be more than a week late, but common. Unless you use fertility awareness method you don't know when your period is due, you can only predict it based on your average cycle length - anything up to a weeks variation from your cycle is normal. There are also lots of reasons such as stress or sickness which can delay menstruation.
Some people have periods that last for 2 weeks, however a week-9 days is more average. If your period does not normally last for 9 days, then you should speak to your doctor about it
no, go to a doctor, the normal is about 2-7 days!!
yes but only if you just started like a year ago if you have had your period for more than a year than no it is not normal
What was that period like? Was it heavier than normal, lighter than normal?
In general, a woman should not bleed for more than two weeks when she is on her period. Even after childbirth the general rule of thumb is that a new mother will bleed for about 2 weeks. However, sometimes her period will last longer than that.
yes once evey 4 weeks
If cycles are normal, than usually four weeks after your last period.
no. See a doctor
Based on your last period and a positive test, add two weeks and you have a general idea of how far along into the pregnancy you are.
You can get your period for more than one day. My friend, she had her period for 2 weeks and she's fine! Don't worry, your body is changing and nothing is wrong.
yes its normal .. but if your period is late more than 20-30days then u should see a doctor..
What if you get your period one week early, exactly, what if? It simply means that your period is earlier than you predicted, up to a weeks variation from your normal cycle is perfectly normal. Just treat your period as you would normally, no reason to do anything differently.
You may not have lost 100% of the blood on the previous period, so it is just trying to get rid of all the blood in your womb, this is completely normal but if lasts longer than 2 weeks, you may have to seek medical advice. It could also be if you have had irregular periods and there is more blood around the lining because you havent had a period for a while.
No this isn't normal and can be a symptom of a hormonal imbalance or pregnancy.
sometimes it will do that....its normal.....the cause may have been from your period not coming on schdule or from the amount of blood you've built up
Normal bleeding lasts 1-2 weeks and your period should be back within 8 weeks. So call your doctor if it's longer than that.