Its different in every woman. Can be a day to several days
I use microgestin and worried about having sex on the brown pill, but did it anyways. the brown pill allows you to have a period and if you take the pills everyday throughout the month you should be fine (i was)
No, once you become pregnant you no longer have your period. It is normal for your period to occasionally be shorter, longer, heavy flow, low flow etc as there are many health factors including stress that can impact your normal cycle.
Yes this is very normal let your period continue and after it is complete start a new pack. No worries
Many things can change the flow of your period, including stress, illness, and weight gain or loss. If it worries you see a doctor.
Each birth control pill effects one differently. When you first begin taking BCP's you will experience pregnancy symptoms because of the hormones contained in BCP's. BCP's work by tricking your body into thinking its pregnant and also by preventing Ovulation occurring.BCP's also effect our periods differently. Some women will experience a heavier or more clotty period while others will have a less painful or a lighter than normal period.
No it is not normal.
If you have a normal period with normal flow you are not pregnant
What was that period like? Was it heavier than normal, lighter than normal?
if you are just started to get your period yes it is normal to be irregular. but if you have been having your period this is not normal at all.
It is normal to have your period for eight days but only if it is normal - spotting.
The period taken to complete a ms degree is about 1year
Is it normal to get period cramps while on the pill?
Period could be late for several reasons including stress, illness, travel, medication, etc. If you had normal period (not short! not light!) - pregnancy should not be expected.
No, if you're not bleeding then you're not menstruating. Menstruation is the process through which uterine lining sheds, including tissue and blood, if there is no blood then you are not experiencing a period.
yes it is normal
It's unlikely that you're pregnant if you get your period and it's normal.
Is it normal to get your period even when i am getting the depot shot for a year
I don't think is normal because a normal period should be 3 - 5 days.
Yes. This is perfectly normal and you shouldn't worry about it. Its actually normal to have it until your next period starts!
It is extremely unlikely you are pregnant if you had a normal period. Missing a period is how you suspect you are pregnant.
It is normal. I had my first period 7 days, on the 8th day nothing and then I had it again on 9th - 12th.