Is it normal to start bleeding 2 months after having the Depo shot?
Yes, this happened to me. It's normal.
If you start having intercourse but then you start getting your period every two weeks is that normal then you get a black discharge is that normal too?
No a "black discharge" is not normal. Using BCP or MAP can cause irregular bleeding and break thru bleeding in the first three months of using OCP.
It is not normal. I was having the problem. My dr. said it could be from stress. At the time I was going thru ish back too back. I also had a regular period for the next 2 months.
I at rink that is normal. I went through the same thing and went to my doctor. She told me that happens and it is normal. I had spotting and even bleeding that lasted for a few months. I was given medication for the that. If you are worried then you should see your doctor.
No, not every time. But, it can happen if it's time for your period. As far as bleeding immediately after sex, if this is your first time having sexual intercourse, bleeding is common when your hymen (cherry) is torn
If your not bleeding then your pregnant if you start bleeding in your pregnancy it's a miscarriage
If you stop bleeding for 24 hours, this is not normal. A variation of light to heavy flow in a day or over several days is normal.
Is it normal after having a baby to bleed for 3 weeks spot for a couple of days and start bleeding again?
Hi, Sometimes this does happen yes. Because you've been bleeding for 3 weeks its best to see your doctor to make sure you're not Anemic.
What if your period came two days early then it normally supposed to come but your not normally bleeding a lot but you start having brownish spoting on your pad what does that mean?
Nothing, your normal and fine. Don't worry about it.
It is very difficult to say. Most bleeding during pregnancy is classified as a threatened miscarriage but 50 percent of the time, results in a full term pregnancy. ANY bleeding during pregnancy needs to be investigated by a medical personal...a doctor or the A&E department as soon as it begins.
Is it normal for your period to start one the first day of the sugar pill instead of second which it normally does?
It is normal to start bleeding at any time during the sugar pills.
What happens if you started the new pack of birth control while you have your period.. will your period start earlier next month?
It is normal for some women to have break through bleeding in the first couple months on BCP, your period will become very regular and possibly lighter within a few months.
If you induce vaginal bleeding after having Depo-related amenorrhea, you bleed from your vagina. It does not "jump start" your normal period, it doesn't mean you ovulated, and it doesn't get Depo out of your system faster.
Unscheduled bleeding is common in the first three months of starting the birth control pill. If it goes on longer than that or is troublesome, contact your health care provider to discuss a possible pill change.
the rabbit will be bigger than normal and might start bleeding
Yes, this is completely normal. On hormonal birth control you don't menstruate full-stop because the purpose of the hormonal birth control is to suppress your menstrual cycles in order to stop ovulation - the bleeding women experience on hormonal birth control like the pill is a known as a withdrawal bleed, it's caused by the drop in synthetic hormones when you go from active to inactive pills. It's normal to experience irregular bleeding for the… Read More
When you first start hormonal birth control, you may have unscheduled bleeding. If this is troublesome to you, or lasts longer than the first three months, contact your health care provider for advice. Bleeding may last longer with the birth control injection than with other hormonal methods.
You should wait until you at least have one normal menstrual cycle after miscarriage to avoid infection in your uterus, but it IS best to wait 3 months to try again. Even with an early miscarriage, your body needs to recover and it takes about 3 months for your uterus and hormones to return to normal after pregnancy. There is a greater than normal chance of having another miscarriage if you start trying again too… Read More
I would say yes. Normal pregnancy tests can't be used until you miss your period. Some as early as the day you were supposed to start your period.
Is it possible for a man with a penis with more girth than normal get a woman to start her period after sex if she has not had hers in over three months?
No. If bleeding happened after sex it could be from tearing or bruising. If she hasn't had her period for over three months and there is no reason (i.e birth control or pregnancy) she needs to go to the Dr. to figure out why.
Break through bleeding is completely normal in the first 3 months of starting birth control. but if you are a Sunday start you are supposed to wait one week before having unprotected sex, because you are not fully protected until 7 days after starting your birth control. i don't think the breakthrough bleeding would be any sign of pregnancy. WARNING - I do not want to delete what this contributor wrote, but all doctors recommend… Read More
It means you are having breakthrough bleeding, a common side effect of BCP that should stop over time. If this continues for three or more months see your doctor.
If you have been on Depo Provera for 6 years and never get a normal period what could it mean if you start cramping and bleeding and your breasts are tender?
In my experience I was on the shot for atleast 3years and I never had a normal period either. In fact I didn't have a period at all. You may just be having your period and it has not been normal so I think you need to go to the doctor.
Is it normal for you to have longer then usually periods the first month you start your birth control?
Not necessarily. This longer than usual period that you are experiencing could be breakthrough bleeding. Breakthrough bleeding is an unwanted side effect that sometimes occurs during the first 3 months of starting your birth control. Breakthrough bleeding also usually occurs before your period, so it seems as if your period is lasting longer than usual.
ginea pigs can start having babies when they about 2 months old its amazing!
It is normal for many women not to have monthly breakthrough bleeding while taking Birth Control Pills.
Yes you could. Go to the doctor.
Yes, you can have periods and not have another for mouths its completely normal.
You may experience break through bleeding, early period or no period for 3 months. Its different in every one. But hen you do have a period it should be 5 days if that's normal for you. Once you stop your birth control pill you may not have a period for 3 months or more while the hormones are gradually decreasing in your body or you may experience odd episodes of spotting or start a normal… Read More
yes because it will start bleeding somewhere in there
6 to 8 months. but dogs are different to humans they bleed when in heat (are fertile).
You will get hyper.
It's normal for bleeding to start during the sugar pills. You should take your new pack on schedule regardless of bleeding.
no matter of fact u should start having normel periods first on can last afew weeks i remember when i got offf depo i blead for 3 months str8 that was kinds werid but its normel
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What should you do if you stopped the depo shot 3 months ago and are trying to get pregnant but are having periods every 2 weeks?
Depo Provera can take 12-18 months or even more to allow your fertility a return to normal.. if you are having a period every 2 weeks, your chance of pregnancy is very low, you may benefit from taking a few months of birth control pills/patch to try to bring your cycle back to normal, then stop the birth control and allow for a normal cycle, then start trying! Talk to your doctor to see what… Read More
If you have a first day start pill spot a for a day start your period and then it disappears only to have it start again a week later do you have to throw away your pill pack and start over?
If you just started taking the pill recently, breakthrough bleeding which is bleeding during the weeks that you are on active birth control, is normal. Do not stop taking the pill, keep going, this is normal and should clear up within 3 cycles.
Is it normal to have light spotting for three days then start bleeding a lot on the fourth day and still be bleeding on day eight when your periods are usually five days?
No... That is pretty unusual... xO
Yes this is very normal let your period continue and after it is complete start a new pack. No worries
Yes, if that's when you're due to start bleeding. Your menstrual cycle is not controlled by the calendar, your uterus doesn't have a little diary to tell it when to bleed. When you menstruate is determine by hormonal changes in your body, sometimes your menstrual cycle will start at the end of the month.
It can cause more illnesses. People can start nose-bleeding or having heatstroke.
I am on birth control and started bleeding I'm not supposed to start my period for another three weeks What does this mean?
It is called break through bleeding and is common in the first few months of taking some BCPs.
No. Bleeding during pregnancy is never normal. You should be checked by your OB/Gyn or go to the nearest Emergency department for evaluation.
Yes this is normal after you have stopped taking birth control. It is because the medication is withdrawing from your system. This also means that you are at risk of pregnancy.
If you're using hormonal birth control pills then you no longer menstruate. The pill works by suppressing your menstrual cycles so you no longer ovulate, and thus you no longer menstruate. The bleeding women experience while on the pill is withdrawal bleeding caused by the drop in hormones when you go from your active to inactive pills - if you start taking your placebo pills 11 days before you would have normally started your period… Read More
The bleeding is the withdrawal bleed and is normal. This occurs when you stop taking birth control for over a few days. You can become pregnant.
Of course. I have gotten a period 3 months late before and there is nothing abnormal about it. Youre very irregular when you first start having them but your body does eventually work out a regular cycle.
The bleeding that some women have on Depo Provera is not a period; it's a side effect of the thinning of the lining caused by the shot. When you stop the shot and it starts to leave your body, that side effect bleeding is likely to stop. Your period restarting is a separate issue; your regular period may start right after the next shot is due, or it may start up to 18 months later… Read More
Yes. Most people will see the withdrawal bleeding start between the second and fifth days of placebo pills.
I am no expert but its normal for her to miss or skip a period especially if its only her 2nd or 3rd time. When u start ur body is getting use to the change of bleeding every month. Some girls will be irregular for the first few months.
It's different for everyone. You may bleed immediately after you stop using Depo, although this doesn't mean that it's menstruation - to menstruate you'd have to first ovulate, but you may experience vaginal bleeding as a result of hormonal imbalance while your body returns to normal. It can take up to twelve months for your menstrual cycles to return to normal.