This can be quite common in young women or even women going into peri menopause. Stress can also cause you to be late for a period or start, stop and start again. If the bleeding is flowing too heavily it is best to see your doctor and have it check out. If it's regular bleeding and you feel fine it should balance itself out eventually. During the first1 or 2 years when a girl starts her period it may be irregular and not follow the monthly cycle. but it should eventually regulate and become a once a month thing. if you're past the first few years and the problem persists then i recommend seeing a physician. From the time a young girl starts her periods until the age of 16 it's quite common to miss several months of a period, but don't let it go on for more than a year. Often eating disorders can be linked to the lack of a constant missing period, but it's doubtful in your daughter's case.
I had my period 2 weeks ago and am bleeding again is that normal?
yes, it is just as if you are now having a period. when you start again the bleeding will stop.
First of all how long had your period been off before having unprotected sex? Next you probably had remains of blood still in you and having sex just onset it again.
If you have your period and then a week later you are bleeding again it may be a sign of disease or injury. If you experience these symptoms you should make an appointment with your doctor for an examination.
i have already had my period and i have a hernia can that make me start bleeding again.
i see my period on the 1 of november and again on the 25 of november.so im wondering if its my period or vaginal bleeding
If you are bleeding, and you had your period two weeks ago, there is usually nothing to be concerned with. If your period continues to be irregular, there is medication that can be taken to help regulate it.
Yes, it is possible. Some women do not know that they are pregnant because they may have light spotting or bleeding that they disregard as a period. If this little bleeding is abnormal for you, take a home test. In the meantime, if the bleeding begins again, don't use tampons until you rule out the possibility of pregnancy.
Many answers, but many questions. how old are you? Bleeding may be fibroids Bleeding may be too low a dose a hormone in the pill you are taking Bleeding may be spontaneous abortion Worst Case... Bleeding may be cancer. Go to a doctor. speak with them.
I have the same thing happening to me. I had a "regular" period this month, then three or four days later I started bleeding again, very heavy, even for my period when it usually starts and the blood is bright red.
See your doctor.
Have you been having unprotected sex? Maybe it is implantation bleeding, when the fertilized egg implants itself in the uterine wall.
periods can llast to about 7 days.
i got my period 2 weeks ago... and now im bleeding again.. what is this
No, you should continue taking the pill as scheduled regardless of bleeding or not bleeding. Contact your health care provider if the early period happens again.
Yes you could be pregnant. See your Dr for a blood test incase this is implantation bleeding. If its implantation bleeding you cannot perform a urine pregnancy test for 9-14 days.
Yes you could be pregnant or having a hormonal imbalance. See your Doctor.
No I am pretty sure you always bleed or else doctors wouldn't know if you were having it. ___ I don't know how common it is, but my cycle works that way... I bleed for a couple of days, then have a day where I am not bleeding, and then start bleeding again for a day. So I think the answer is yes.
could be a pregnancy bleeding sign
Type your answer here... it means theres something wrong with your ovum
If you have implantation bleeding, and then bleed again shortly afterwards then you may have had a very early miscarriage. Spotting is common in early pregnancy, but heavy bleeding is something a Dr should look into. Some women report regular cycle bleeding (that is not a period because no ovulation occurred) during pregnancy, but this is very unusual.
It didn't, you can't menstruate twice within a week. You are experiencing vaginal bleeding again, not menstruation, which may be a result of irregular hormones or some STD's can cause light bleeding. If concerned then see your doctor so they can run tests to determine the cause.
No, bleeding or having a period during pregnancy does not mean you have miscarried. Bleeding during pregnancy, mostly early pregnancy, are actually very common. As a matter of fact, it isn't technically a period. This bleeding is known as Breakthrough Bleeding, and it looks a lot like a period. Breakthrough Bleeding happens when the hormones that control your menstruation cycle break through the pregnancy hormones. Bleeding can also occur as the fertilised egg naturally implants itself into the wall of your uterus. This happens around the time your period is due and, again, looks like a period, even though it isn't. Don't worry. It's very natural for a woman to be alarmed when they have spotting or bleeding during pregnancy. But it is all very natural. If you are really concerned, have a chat to your doctor or midwife. Good luck and enjoy the pregnancy while it lasts.
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