Should a period come on the same day every month?
No it does not have to. Your period will come approximately every 28 days and it doesn't always have to fall on the exact same day every month.
Yes a normal cycles are every 28 days and can go as far as every 35 days. You are suppose to have a period every month. Not all women do and that's ok too sometimes you might miss a month and that's where the 35 days come into effect if it's more than that then you should ask your Dr to find out more about what's going on with your body.
It's normal for the length of a woman's period to vary from month to month. Anthing between about 26 days to 35 days between the first day of one period and the first day of the next period is normal. It is not reasonable to expect your period to come on the same day every month. You know if you are pregnant if your period is a week late and your pregnancy test is positive.
Does the month of February affect your period I am a virgin and I have missed my period Please tell me if I am ok?
For women who think that their period should come on the same calendar day of every month, a short month like February or a slew of long months like Dec/Jan can be confusing. If you aren't at risk of pregnancy, you are surely "OK." If you don't get a period over the next three months, contact your health care provider.
If i know im not pregnant and i had my period then it just like didnt come back the next month what should you do?
Your period can come at anytime that is why it is always a good idea to have pads or tampons handy. Haveing your period does not mean that you have to be mature it is just a change that happens to every growing female. Periods can cause moodiness,cramps,bloating,headaches,ect. Your period comes every month for about 5 days or more. Sometimes you don't have your peirod you can pregnant or ethier just very stressed so it…
There are no foods that will help you get your period. It is usually genetics. Don't rush your period though, it will come soon enough then you will wish you didn't have it! Just enjoy your time as a free young woman without her period! You will have one a week once a month every month for years and years to come once you do get your period. Just don't rush it!
Is It normal to get a period for 3 months regular then miss a period you are not pregnant and you were on the shot back in July?
Your period did not come last month you took a pregnancy test this month and last month and both were negative what could it be?
Once you have begun your periods, they should happen every month (although in the first 1-2 years they can be irregular). Once you have come on your period for that month, you cannot make it stop until the process (shedding of the contents of the womb) is complete. This usually takes between 3-5 days, but anything between 2-7 days is normal.
Well its kind of embarrassing to talk of this.. Your period can come at any time of the month because you have to have it at some point in time unless you get monthly ones. Now depending on when you got your period the previous month is important for this because if you got yer period in the beginning of the month then it should happen in the beginning of the present month.. This is…
February being a short month should have nothing to do with your period start date. So if your period starts late in March, it is not as a result of how many days are in February. Your period should come when it is due; if it is later than usual, you might want to take a pregnancy test or consult your doctor.
Hello, You asked if you could be pregnant when your period is a day late. Yes, if your period has been consistently on time every month; however, I would give it a few extra days to see if perhaps it was late due to your stress level, and then if it still doesn't come then you should buy a pregnancy test. Good Luck
It could mean a lot of different things. Since you missed a period this month, the first thing you should do is take a pregnancy test. If it is negative, you should call your doctor and see what they say. They may have you wait and see if you get it next month or they may have you come in and be checked. The second "period" you had could have actually been "implantation bleeding". This…
If its your first period, then you dont really know if there's anything really wrong with you. But if your period came once and hasn't come for more than a month and a half, then there might be something wrong. But dont get scared. Usually periods come around every 4 weeks. :) It's basically natural.