Yes, you can carry on your suppository treatment while you have your menstrual cycle. For the record menstrual cycle refers to the reproductive cycle, as long as you're ovulating/menstruating you are always going through your menstrual cycle, I think you mean menstruation.
No, your menstrual cycle doesn't stop when you go to the beach - your uterus doesn't take a holiday.Menstrual cycle is your reproductive cycle, if you're a healthy fertile woman then your menstrual cycle continues all the time and it won't stop just because you go to the beach, there's nothing about going to the beach that could stop your menstrual cycle.
The menstrual cycle continues up until pregnancy when the menstrual cycle is stopped so that you no longer ovulate while pregnant and the uterine lining isn't shed. The menstrual cycles also come to an end at the end of your reproductive years going into menopause.
When the woman's menstrual cycle is arrested
I am having a very bad menstrual cycle with cramps and clots. I have not had one in over 3 years. wondering should i go to the doctor or just see what happens and how long. I have had menopause for the last 7 years and my cycle stopped completely in march of 2005
Menstrual cycle refers to your entire reproductive cycle, if you're a healthy fertile woman you're always on your menstrual cycle - I think you may mean while you're menstruating. Yes, you can go to a GYN while on your period, depending on why you are going you may need to return once your period stops.
When a women is going through her menstrual cycle she may get bloated.
Eather if She's pregnant or going though menopause.
Yes, a woman can still get her period after having a tubal ligation. The only ting that a tubal ligation does is stop you from ovulating. The only way you stop having your period is by either going through menopause, having a hysterectomy, or another medical condition that stops you from having your period.
your penguin is going through its menstrual cycle
Have you gained weight with this breast change? Your breasts can be tender and appear larger than normal pre-menstrual, during, and should go away soon after post-menstrual.
Going off the Pill shouldn't affect your menstrual cycle.
You can get pregnant at any age after you have had your menstrual cycle. The younger you are you are going to be fertile.
A menstrual cycle is broken down into a follicular phase, ovulation and a luteal phase. These occur in that order (as long as everything is working normally) and make up the "cycle". I guess they call it a cycle because you just keep going round and round and unless you get pregnant or have something happen (i.e birthcontrol) to change this, it will just keep cycling.
Periods are usually timed in 28 day cycles. If your cycle is not going correctly, you might be either pregnant or your body might be having something else it is dealing with. If your menstrual cycle is off, you should go to a doctor's appointment and ask what could be wrong.
Yes, it is possible to be going through menopause and have a menstrual cycle. Menopause is a process, it's like puberty but in reverse; your body is starting to stop ovulation - but as long as you are still ovulating you can still have a menstrual cycle. Ovulation will start slowing down, so you'll have longer periods of time between menstruation, and eventually it will all stop all together.
IF you do not get a period, then you cannot become pregnant. Usually, after the ovum and the uterine wall breaks down and you have a period, the cycle begins anew. However, not getting a period could mean that you are not going through the menstrual cycle and are effectively sterile. After menopause, you no longer experience a menstrual cycle and thus, can no longer bear a child (naturally). Not experiencing the menstrual cycle means that you cannot become pregnant.
They start to develop breasts and begin having periods.
Rabbits do not get a menstrual cycle. If she is bleeding, you should take her to a vet ASAP to find out what's going on. I recently took my rabbit to the vet when I found blood on the bottom of her cage, and it turned out to be a broken nail.
Hormonal contraception shuts down the menstrual cycle all together.Hormonal contraception stops the menstrual cycle so that you no longer ovulate, thus also in turn you don't menstruate - the idea that hormonal contraception regulates your periods/cycles is thus a myth. People still see regular bleeds on most forms of hormonal contraception, for example on the pill, but this is a withdrawal bleed caused by hormonal drops when going from active to inactive bleeds rather than regular menstruation you'd get with a healthy menstrual cycle.
Everybody's body is significantaly different.The lining around your uterus doesn't have anything to do with your tubes being tied.Now some people have irregular cycles after having a tubal.If you don't have a cycle you may have something else going on otherwise everything should proceed as it was.
A sudden change in temperatures (eg. going from a very hot country to a very cold country) can have an effect, yes.
Hormonal birth control completely suppresses the menstrual cycle. Hormonal birth control such as the pill works to suppress the menstrual cycle in order to prevent ovulation, also to effect cervical mucus and prevent secondary uterus lining build-up. Although women will bleed monthly this is a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in hormones when going from active to inactive pills, it mimics menstruation but is a completely different function to menstruation.
You know when your period is due by keeping track of your menstrual cycle. The average cycle is 28 days but everyone is different and there is some variation from one cycle to the next, learning to recognise changes in your body during your cycle can help you better determine when you're due.
NO!!! either you're not pregnant, have some disease, or something might be going wrong in your uterus....the mentrual cycle should be happening or you could have a miscarriage