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My periods are a little irregular. They start at random times for no reason at all, but I am completely healthy. Don't worry about it unless your periods start to get irregular all of a sudden. If your period cycles have always been a bit irregular, don't sweat it.
A hormonal imbalance is a possible reason for spotting between periods & so is irregular periods. See your doctor for a examination.
Semen is a fluid produced by males during orgasm which contains the sperm - if you have semen in your vagina it's because you've had sex - maybe you mean discharge, which can be thick leading up to menstruation or if you have a vaginal infection. Irregular periods can happen for a lot of reasons, without more information we can't really answer as to why your cycles may be irregular, you'd have to talk to your doctor to determine the cause of your irregular periods.
Due to a infection. urinary tract infection. yeast infection. pregnancy. implantation bleeding or irregular periods. or because your on bcp. or because you have a polup in your uterus or even for no reason at all. See your doctor for a examination.
It could mean you are pregnant, have irregular periods, hormonal imbalance or you have had a light and early period this month for no reason.
You just have an irregular period, no worries....possibly consider a prescription for birth control, i was prescribed to it for this very reason when i was 14.
Your period can be late for a few reasons. The obvious reason is because you are pregnant, but it can also be late if you are very stressed, or if you have been on any antibiotics lately. And sometimes, periods are just late for no reason.
Yes. It's just harder to know when you are most likely to conceive when you are planning for a baby. There is every reason to suppose so if you keep on trying.
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No it will not.
So the only reason girls get periods is because you're body is sexually maturing so you can have sex and produce children .
"Safe" periods aren't safe, just for the reason you have described. Bodies aren't clockwork, so even people with "regular" periods can't rely on counting days. One out of five people using "safe" periods as a contraceptive method end up pregnant within one year. Be responsible, get real contraceptives and learn to use them right.
I am 24 and have had irregular periods my whole life...sometimes even skipping one all together. I was recently diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome(PCOS). Some of the symptoms include: irregular periods, weight gain(especially in the mid-section), and growing facial hair. Although I only experienced the irregular periods. If you feel like this may be what's going on with you, you should tell your doctor and they can determine it by a vaginal ultrasound. This disease is becoming more and more common...about 10% of women have it and with treatment it is still very possibly to have children. Good luck to you!
This could be pregnancy related or due to a hormonal imbalance. You need to see your Doctor. PCOS could also be a reason for your delayed period but its unlikely unless you have very irregular periods along with other PCOS symptoms.
Yes. Many women have irregular periods all of their life ( I did) and that is one reason to take birth control pills. They really work for something like that.
technically yes, as long as you ovulated THIS month. This would highly depend on the reason for the last two missed periods. If they were missed due to a naturally irregular cycle, there is no reason that you could not have ovulated on the third month.
yes, because ovaries help to produce esteragen and your ovaries are the reason why you have periods.
Spotting before your period may indicate several things: * Earlier than normal period without a physical reason. * Pregnancy bleeding. * Bleeding caused by starting/stopping birth control. * Bleeding caused by taking MAP/Plan B recently. * UTI. * Hormonal Imbalance. * Begining of irregular periods cycle. * Because you have irregular periods. * Hormonal imbalance. If you recently had unprotected sex and your period doesn't arrive in 3 weeks then perform a HPT. If you haven't had unprotected sex but you're concerned about the spotting then see your Doctor for a check up. If you have a history of irregular periods then this will cause spotting unexpectedly in some cases.
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You get frequent periods, as in once a month, from the age of about 11 right through to the menopause. The reason why you get periods is because it is the body's way of letting you know that an egg that has been released from an ovary was not fertilized, so you are not pregnant.
There's no reason to do anything - if your period arvied then you are not pregnant, so chances are there is no reason to be concerned. Anything up to 7 days over your average menstrual cycle length is normal, if you're in your pre-teens or teens it's normal for you to skip periods or have irregular periods so longer is totally normal. Even adult women with the most regular cycles have the odd late period, no reason to be concerned.
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The reason why girls get periods twice in a month probably because they have short cycles. I know, because it happens to me. I had my period on Dec 1, 2 & 3 and then I had again on Dec 28,29 & 30 =)
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