it may have not been a real period, you could have systs or endometriosis. if it happends again id go to the docotor
Yes, it is completely normal for your cycle to start a few days earlier than you predicted. Menstrual cycles are never exactly the same, and anything up to a weeks variation from your avergage menstrual cycle length is totally normal.
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Yes. When you start taking birth control pills, your menstrual cycle will usually change. It will become lighter and less irregular. But when you start the pill, your menstrual cycle has to get use to the changes, and will start your cycle early because it will now be different because of the birth control pills. Your periods might be irregular the first couple of times after starting the pill
I think u r pregnant...congratulations Menstrual cycles can also be irregular for girls early in puberty Stress can also mess with your menstrual cycle ... but if you have had sex, pregnancy is the most likely reason.
Nothing happens if you start your period a week early. Menstrual cycles can be different from one cycle to the next, up to a weeks variation is fairly standard. All this means is that your last cycle was a wee shorter than normal, either you ovulated sooner or your luteal phase was shorter.
Two weeks after day one of your cycle
couple weeks at least
You can tell if your menstrual cycle is irregular because you'll be menstruating or experiencing vaginal bleeding at random times. Anything up to a weeks variation from your average menstrual cycle is considered to be normal, if there are weeks or months difference then they're irregular.
The typical menstrual cycle is 28 days but everyone is different. It's also normal for there to be up to a weeks variation from your average menstrual cycle.
Your period doesn't start early or late, it starts exactly when it is supposed to start - it's just earlier than you predicted. Anything up to a weeks variation from your average menstrual cycle is considered normal, it doesn't mean anything other than that the last cycle was shorter than average.
Your period doesn't start on a specific calendar date, calendars are man-made and your menstrual cycle is controlled by nature/biology. When you menstruate is determined by your menstrual cycle, the typical cycle is 28 days but everyone is different and up to a weeks variation from your average menstrual cycle is normal - it's not possible for your periods to start the same day of the month every month.
The typical menstrual cycle length is around 28 days long, but everyone is different. Menstrual cycles will not always be the same length, up to a weeks variation from your average cycle is normal.
Water does not and can not start your period - when you menstruate is determined by your menstrual cycle, typically occuring two weeks after ovulation, there is no way to speed-up your menstrual cycles to start your period sooner than when it's due.
Ovulation is part of your menstrual cycle, the term 'menstrual cycle' refers to your entire reproductive cycle - I think you mean before or after menstruation. Ovulation usually occurs two weeks before menstruation, but as it's a CYCLE it will occur after menstruation too.
The typical menstrual cycle is around 28 days in length, but this varies from person to person so it can be longer or shorter. It's also normal for there to be up to a weeks variation from the average menstrual cycle.
When menstrual periods first start, it takes several months for them to become regular.
No, the menstrual cycle is not always the same length.There are normally a few days variation from the average menstrual cycle, up to a weeks variation. There are also times when the menstrual cycle can be irregular or will change, such as during puberty while the body is developing and it takes time for the body to get into a regular cycle. There will also be times when menstruation can be delayed, which will impact on the cycle.
Menstrual cycle refers to your entire reproductive cycle - you always ovulate during your menstrual cycle, typically this occurs two weeks before you menstruate. You can't ovulate during menstruation - although this doesn't mean that you can't be fertile during menstruation.
The typical menstrual cycle is around 28 days long, but everyone is different so some people will have longer or shorter cycles. It is also totally normal for there to be up to a weeks variation from a persons average menstrual cycle.
The average menstrual cycle is 28 days, but that doesn't mean that your menstrual cycle is that long - your cycle might be longer, in which case this is normal. Anything up to a weeks variation from your average menstrual cycle is completely normal so nothing to worry about.
At the beginning of the menstrual cycle. (during first two weeks)
When you ovulate depends on your menstrual cycle. You ovulate two weeks BEFORE your period, so how soon after your period you ovulate depends on how long your menstrual cycle is.
A menstrual CYCLE is on a CYCLE. Based upon an average of 30 days. If you are two weeks late then the cycle has come two weeks later than usual?
Yes, it is completely possible to ovulate on day 34 of your menstrual cycle.Ovulation occurs two weeks before menstruation - thus if you have a long menstrual cycle or ovulation is delayed then it can occur 34 days after the start of your menstrual cycle. Note that unless you use Fertility Awareness Method you cannot know when you are fertile or ovulating.