Stress, having intercourse after you haven't had any for a long while. Also starting the Birth Control pill or being in premenopause (ages 35 up, but majority of women start in their 40s) or menopause (ceasing periods.) It's best to get in and see your doctor and ask him to do a hormone test on you.
This is not unusual when a woman begins menapause, you can be at risk for anemia from blood loss with these heavy periods
It is perfectly normal. My friend, she had a period for 2 weeks and she's fine. You can have 2 periods in a month; you can have 1. It depends how your body is working. Your body is going through puberty (becoming a woman). Having a period is letting out the 'eggs' (babies). Guys don't get to experience this!
Generally, a woman can expect a period by about 6 weeks after giving birth.
Yes. it is possible. A woman can have a few periods or even regular monthly periods during pregnancy.
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The average woman has her period roughly every 3 weeks.
Women living with each other for a prolonged periods of time tend to have periods that coincide with each other. It is proposed that pheromones are the cause of that.
Menstruation is not the only indicator of a womans ability to reproduce. There are numerous other factors that could cause infertility even though a woman has regular periods. so to answer your question. A woman can have periods and still not get pregnant.
Hormone levels and other factors will cause irregularity. No woman has ever had a perfect menstrual cycle.
No, because the egg is already being used for the other baby to grow in. this can happen there has been cases but its very rare! 1992 a women fell pregnant 4 weeks apart (Taylor and Evan barth) 2007 3 weeks apart (ame and lia herrity) 2007 another 3 weeks apart (harriet and hnomes mullineux) 2009 2 and half weeks apart (todd and Julia grovenburg)
I am wondering the same thing...can anyone help?
no chances man because when a women is pregnent she han no periods nd when a woman has not periods for 2 months one of cause for this is pregnency
No not necessarily, many woman still experience periods whilst pregant. I would strongly recommend you visit your doctor however just rule out any concerns.
If a woman is still having periods at age 56, genetics may be a cause. Her doctor may want to run some tests to rule out medical problems.
well a woman can have 12 periods a year so count that with how many years an average woman lives
that is the period dummy! they dont bleed between periods.
A woman can get her period twice a month if she has irregular periods.
no she cant
most woman get there period 28 days after they last had it.
Yes, it does. Uncontrolled ie untreated hyperthyroidism may cause irregular periods of shorter duration than is normal for the woman in question. The irregular period is also associated with lower fertility. Hyperthyroidism will not cause painful periods if the woman used to have pain-free ones previously. And as soon as the medication is working, her period will start to go back to normal.
There is nothing you can do at four weeks that will cause a miscarriage, if you want to terminate a pregnancy go to a women's clinic quickly, the early this is done the easier it is for the woman to get through.
yes,ovulation can occur at any point in your cycle. Headaches are a common symptom of pregnancy. If you feel you may be pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test and/or see your doctor.