yeah, that's normal
By pressing the three digits that make up the number 100.
It is totally normal to have nightmares sometimes. It might scare you but it's normal.
These kind of cramps are probably caused from your uterus pressing on a nerve that is sitting very close to your uterus. Your uterus has probably grown large enough for the nerve to be pressed on.
you fix it by pressing f11 on your key board. Then the screnn is back to normal.
If the eggs are bad and won't hatch in the normal 21 days they will keep sitting for at least a month sometimes even more.
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no pain in normal condition
An object sitting on a table has the force of gravity on it and the normal force pressing up from the table to counter gravity and keep the object from moving. As long as the object isn't moving, it isn't accelerating since acceleration relies on velocity.
at least 20
Yes. Your uterus is growing and pressing on your intestines.
yes..........sometimes sometimes not
No it's not now go get it looked at
In internet explorer, hit "Tools" then "Internet Options." Internet Explorer 6 and older: Hit "Delete cookies..." and confirm the deletion by pressing "Yes." Internet Explorer 7 and higher: Hit "Delete..." then hit "Delete cookies..." and confirm by pressing "Yes." (You may not need to confirm.) You may also search for the directory in which your cookie files are placed in, and manually manipulate, create, and delete cookies there; a good way to find your cookie folder is to use your file management software (such as Windows Explorer) and search for a directory similar to "cookies." You should not need any professional software to delete cookies if you are using a normal version of Windows (Or Mac) and Internet Explorer; at that, professional software probably wouldn't work otherwise. There is a link for more information about cookies in the related links of this question.
I'm sure you are very normal.
Pressing it once will make it go full-screen. Pressing a second time will revert it back to normal.
You make the toolbar and websites normal size by commandCtrl while pressing 0. There is also the customize Toolbar window.
well they could lol but its not normal
If you are a teenager, it is normal to have "odd" menstrual periods - sometimes heavy, sometimes light, sometimes skipping entirely, sometimes very early. Your hormones will level out as you grow, and your periods will become more regular.
It depends on the type of birth control. Sometimes after starting it, it could be longer than normal, and sometimes it will disappear the first month. Sometimes it will be normal, and sometimes is will be shorter.