Why would you get your period and then get it again exactly a week later?
Hello. If there is a possibility of pregnancy then this could be why you experienced two periods. The second period may of been implantation bleeding. If the period was lighter than usual for you then this is a sign of implantation bleeding. However if you are on birth control pills, you may of experienced break through bleeding because the doseage of the pills is not high enough for you.
Last month your period was late When you finally got it you had a period for about 4-5 days then you were done like normal then about a week later you started again then you stopped again after 4 or 5?
If you stopped your pills 2 days before your scheduled period and you still haven't gotten it a month later would you get it this month and would it go back to your regular cycle of 31 days?
Is it normal to get your period for the first time- and then again a month later- but still not have menstruated a third time 10 months later when you are 15?
Well, I got my first period when I was about 11 years old. And then a little bit of spotting again a month later. Then, Didn't come again for about a year, Now I have it regularly. So my best guess, Would be no, Its completely fine. Yep, I agree with ^! I had my 1st period when I was 11. Your periods aren't suppossed to be perfectly normal for the first 2 or 3…
THERE IS NOTHING WRONG......ALOT OF THE TIMES YOUR PERIOD CAN CHANGE DURING THE MONTH....SOMETIMES IT CHANGES WHEN YOU START HANGING OUT WITH OTHER GIRLS WHOS PERIOD MAY COME LATER IN THE MONTH.....HOWEVER IF YOU ARE SEXUALLY ACTIVE YOU SHOULD TAKE A HOME PREGNANCY TEST JUST TO BE SURE, AND I WOULD MAKE SURE THAT YOU USE TONS OF CONTURSEPTIVES.
If the Earth was slightly closer to the sun or if Earth rotated slightly slower, then the period of revolution would be exactly 365 days. __________________________ Sometimes it is pointless to ask "why" about a physical fact. It doesn't orbit in exactly 365 days or exactly any other number. Why should it? What an astonishing coincidence it would be if the orbital period were some integer multiple of the rotational period!
What if a dog in heat in heat bleeds then when out of heat stops bleeding but a few days later starts again?
You had your period on nov 30 and it was normal for 7 days then again your period started on 12 th dec and its normal are you pregnant or its normal?
If pre-ejaculate touched the outside of my vagina a week before my intended period yet I got my period exactly on time a week later is there a chance of pregnancy?
I had my regular period then a week later i was bleeding like you were on your period what is wrong?
If you haven't had a period in 6 years and now when you go pee and you wipe there is blood what would cause that?
Well, its probably your period starting again. Although I'm curious, how old are you? Because not having one for 6 years is very strange. If its not your period starting again it could be blood in your urine which is NOT good. Probably means kidney failure or something so I would have that checked out.
On the average, 365.24 days ... exactly the same as the earth's orbital period. If it were not exactly the same as the earth's orbital period, then the moon would either lead or lag the earth in the trip around the sun. It would certainly become noticeable ... if not immediately, then certainly over the course of a few hundred years. But that's not happening.
If you started your period August 27 and didnt put the first patch on intill sep13 would your period be behind?
Well it was normal for me I would have a period for a month sometimes, maybe four days I would not then hey another period .Doctors said stress which plays with your hormones that affects your period. at that time I was in my early 20's they put me on the pill to regulate period, see your GYN doctor..good luck
If she has recently started getting her period, this is completely normal. Many times when a girl starts to get her period, the first several times are usually irregular. If this persists for more than a few months, contact your physician. If she has had her period consistently for a year or more, then I would contact your physician now. It could indicate a uterine problem, or possibly nothing at all. Better to be on…
if it were early in the pregnancy, it would seem like a really heavy period. bad cramps, blood and clots. a miscarriage later in pregnancy would have a lot of blood and tissue that is not normal for a period, and the cramps would probably be a lot worse. I've wondered if I've ever had a miscarriage and didn't know, if it happened close to the time of a regular period I wouldn't know.