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Should a period come on the same day every month?


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2007-05-08 12:28:49
2007-05-08 12:28:49

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.


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When you are just starting your period, it is normal for it to be irregular, but soon it will start to come every month. When you are just starting your period, it is normal for it to be irregular, but soon it will start to come every month.

Women have period every month if the are not pregnant. Since the "blood" from the period is used to be the nutrients for the embryo, so if a woman is not pregnant, those "blood" which should be used as nutrients will come out from her body as period because it's not used.

Your period will vary naturally, but if you missed a period entirely you should go see a doctor ASAP to see if you're pregnant.

Every six months for one month

The reason your period happens every month is because, an egg drops down to your uterus every month, and if you dont use this egg it will come down to your vagina and somehow its your period....

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.

no dogs are seasonal breeders & come in heat in autumn & spring

it means that your period may be irregular if it doesn't come every month or that you may be pregnant.

No normally your period should only come once a month but if your period has just started then they usually take a while to settle into a pattern. If it continues you should visit a doctor.

It should come back within 2 months from the miscarriage.

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.

Yes because it comes on every 7 days each month

They actually come once a month

wait a week after your missed period and if it still hasn't come then you should take a pregnancy test

a womans period should come at an average of every 28 days

Stress can make a period come late or might not even have a period for a month. Even so, if you do miss a period and are sexually active you should go to a doctor to get a pregnancy test.

If by "come on the next month" you mean that you get your period again, then probably not. Best to do a test though.

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.

Yes it can...exspecially when its 28 days or 31 days in a month. it also change when your body change in different will come,every month unless you are on the shot or pregant.but it change

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!

It happens every month, but that does not mean in the same place. Lunar eclipses happen twice a year in a 1-2 month period.

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