Some do have their period heavy the first day because since a month past it is taking everything out it deppens of that persons body
if you've had sex since your last period that was unprotected then you may be pregnant now. but having a period means your not pregnant.
Its possible to have 2 in one month since most women have a period every 28 days. Just count how many days from the start of a period to the begining to the next. It should be a consistant number
Depending on how your body works it can..I bleed for a whole month after getting the shot,but haven't had a period since. I started mines in September 2011 haven't had it since October. .
It is rare but possible, my wife missed a period and called to the doctors, the doctor told her she was 4 month pregnant or having twins, he sent her for a scan and it turned out she was 4 month pregnant even though she had 3 normal periods. 5 month later, she gave birth to a beautiful baby girl.
i have had my period ever day since sept.
No it is normal for some women to not have their period at all while on the pill. Some only have one every other month. So don't be considered. But it you think you my be pregnant, take a pregnancy test to make sure.
I suggest you see a doctor immeditally you could have had a late period because of stress and the next period could have been heavier just because you missed the last month. but if your period is always regular and then changes, theres a possibility of being pregnant. since you got it on time the next month, i doubt you are pregnant. if your worried that you are pregnant and bleeding you should definetly see a dr.
if you haven't had sex since your period, then you're almost certainly not pregnant.
It is rather unusal. Since you don't give much information I wonder if you aren't just having the same period. Sometimes a period will stop and then start again and that seems like two periods, but it is only the same one. Having sex, getting sick, and being under stress will do this to a period.
usually after u have a baby you get your period for about a month. but since you had your baby 3 months ago then im not sure. but usually being on some type of birth control make your hormones and different because of all the differnet hormonel levels but i have honestly never heard of anyone having their period for about a month and after having their baby 3 months ago.so i suggest going to your gynecologist for a check up.
Have you had unprotected sex since your last period? Then it is possible you are pregnant.
No you can not. Since the egg has been fertilized it does not leave the body, therefore there is no period.
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.
Is there a chance you are pregnant again? Also, some womens cycle takes a while to get back to normal after a miscarriage.
This is normal and nothing to worry about. Take aspirin, put a heating pad on your tummy and drink hot tea. The heat will stop the cramps and the aspirin will help dull the pain. ( I know all about this since I had this every month). I did find that taking the pill stopped this from happening each month, so if this becomes a monthly event think about the pill to help you.
Since you have been having your period, it means that you are not pregnant.
This question is very confusing, but if you've been bleeding for over a month, you should see your doctor immediately.
No, because you could not be pregnant if you have already have had your period. Pregnancy stops you from having your period, so since you have had your period you have not become pregnant. Also, the menstrual cycle can last from 2-10 days.
yes, i will be surprised if you are not.
Usually a period happens once every month, so if it hasn't happened in a month, thne its going to hit hard within 2-3 days. Be sure to carry many tampons.
My daugher has stared her 1st period in November 09 since then it on goin dec 09 Jan 10 feb 10 some time it is heavy with clots the doctor say it normal
Yes because i felt this with my child it was weired
Well most likely since your having a period your most likely not pregnant. If your really conserned then see a doctor.
No, it shouldn't. Since your periods are irregular, you should keep track of them (light heavy, anything unusual about it/ symptoms/how many days do they last) and you should have a checkup with a ob/gyn just to make sure things are normal.