You are TTC and you just recently got off of the pill should you get a period 3 weeks after your first period like when on the pill or is it 4 weeks?
It can be 3 or 4 weeks or longer for your first period coming off of the pill. It can take several months or cycles for your body to be able to produce it's own hormones again. Some people's body's jump right back on track and they conceive in the first month before they even get a period and other women will have to wait several months to a year to be completely regular again and be able to time their fertility. Good luck!
for a regualr 28 day cycle it should be about 2 weeks... you will ovulate about 2 weeks after the first day of your period
You should get you period about once a month, every four weeks or so.
The usual first visit is about 8 weeks after you have missed your period.
If you had a dc 6 weeks ago and just recently had your first period 2 weeks ago How soon after that can you get pregnant and will symptoms start showing sooner or is it still from a miscarriage?
You can get pregnant NOW, it is not still from the miscarriage. If you feel like it, go for it.
Is Depo-Provera the same as the pill where after your first dose you should get your period 4 weeks after?
No, There NOT the same the shot really helps, but the pill doesnt. && No, after the first dose your period should come in about 2 to 3 mouths but iDk why...
If it is your first ever period then it is fine. It is normal for your period to be irregular during the first two years. If this happens for a while then you should you to a doctor because you might be losing too much blood.
If im on birth control should i start your period right when i take the first white sugar pills or will it take a few days after for me to start?
It varies. You may get a period within the first week or you will get your period 4 weeks later.
2 weeks later. If it gets to 2 weeks after your period was due, take a test
not if you are young and have recently gone through puberty. periods are often VERY irregular for the first few months - maybe even years - of a girl's life. they can be unusually frequent or infrequent, extremely heavy or light, etc. if you are concerned you should see your ob/gyn but if you are new to having a period you shouldn't be worried.
I was on Orthotricyclen-Lo for one year and recently switched to a different type of pill I should've started my period 4 days ago Is missing your period common the first month of switching pills?
Hello, Yes missing your period is common when you change birth control. However, you should be using a back-up method of protection, such as a condom for 2-4 weeks to prevent the risk of pregnancy.
After pregnancy you can bleed any where from 2 weeks to 6 weeks depending on the person and if you are nursing. If you are nursing it will be shorter and your actual period will probably not return until the baby is eating solids and even then it is often very light and non-regular. If you do not nurse it should take you about 4 weeks after you stop bleeding from birth to have your… Read More
Yes. Because your whole period is based around 2 week intervals. (If you have a normal cycle) If you start your period on September 1st, then you should ovulated somewhere around September 14th or 15th (14 days after the first day of your last period) You should be expecting your period about 2 weeks after you ovulate. Now you if had sex when you ovulated around September 14, then you could get a positive pregnancy… Read More
Hi Your question is: Is it wrong to have your period for 2 weeks? Yes this is not normal and you should see your Doctor about this.
Your period should not last two weeks. This extended period is likely a medical problem like a potential bleeding disorder.
The first deworming should be at 3 to 4 weeks the first shots should be by 8 weeks, rabies will be at 12 weeks.
The duration for a period varies with the individual female but two weeks can be considered excessive. Contact a gynaecologist immediately.
I took my period cycle pill a week before i should have now i have stated my period but only bled once shuold i be worried?
If you have been on the pill for over 4 weeks then perform a pregnancy test 3 weeks after you last had intercourse. If you've recently started birth control, you need to continue taking your pills as normal but you need to use a condom for 4 weeks to prevent pregnancy. The same applies to the above.
It really depends on the sort of pill you are taking. A lot of pills say to start taking the first tablets on your first day of bleeding meaning your next period will be three weeks later and then four weeks every cycle after that. If you just started taking it in the middle of your cycle, you should not bleed until the first "sugar" pill you take three weeks later. If it is a… Read More
You ovulate two weeks before menstruation - thus the soonest you'd skip a period is that first period, two weeks after you get pregnant.
Your period should last about 2 weeks the most..
If you have recently started the pill it is possible to start your period yes. Epecially if you've missed some pills in the previous month or weeks.
You shouldn't get your period if you are breast-feeding. But if you have decided not to breast-feed, your period should come at about 6-10 weeks later.
It could take 6 weeks for you to see a proper period.
first thing in the morning 2 weeks after missed period If you are on a combined pill you should not miss a period and you should not be pregnant if you are taking it correctly. If you are on a progesterone only pill your periods may not be regular so if you think you may be pregnant wait at least 2 weeks after sex.
From the start. You count the first day of bleeding "day 1".
you will no if your pregnant after 4 weeks by you have not come on your period
To calculate conception you can go from the first day of your last period and add two weeks eg if your last period was on the first of the month then conception would have taken place at around the 15th . If you do not no the first day of your last period but no how many weeks pregnant you are then count back and minus two weeks eg if you are seventeen weeks on… Read More
If you had an ectopic 5 weeks ago, you should expect your period sometime within the next 8 weeks. If it doesn't appear by then, going back to the doctor is ideal.
You start missing periods as soon as you are pregnant. So if your period was due in two weeks or three weeks from conception - it won't happen.
Ideally a kitten should be at least 6 months old, but make sure the kitten has been living in the same home (not recently purchased or recently moved in) for at least 9 weeks. After 9 weeks a kitten should know it's surroundings and be able to recognise its home. A kitten should be kept indoors until it has had all its vaccinations and is spayed or neutered. For the first few weeks, leave the… Read More
You missed your last shot in November your first period was normal but the next two lasted two weeks or more is this normal?
No, you should see your doctor you might be losing to much blood if you are bleeding for 2 weeks or more.
You should get you period within six weeks. But i depends on how far along you were I had a early delievery at 21 weeks on 11/11/07 and still have not had a period.
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This will depend upon the number of days between the periods. If the first period runs Dec 28-Jan 3 (period #1 in January) and the second runs Jan 25- Jan 31, then you don't have a period in February, I wouldn't worry about it - you should have a period in the first week of March. However, if you have one period ending the first of the month, then another one within a couple of… Read More
Most women get a period within 3 weeks of stopping OCP. If it has been 6 weeks with no period you should use a HPT, it is always possible you ovulated prior to getting that first period. If this happened by 6 weeks you would have a positive pregnancy test. If the HPT is negative with no period by 8 weeks you should see your GYN/OB. Some women develop a syndrome caused by the Pill… Read More
it should be at least 2 to 3 weeks apart if your just getting it . If you got your period before your 12 years old it will maybe 1 to 2 weeks apart.
No, that's not normal. Menstruation should only last around a week, although hormonal imbalance can cause a longer period it's not normal for periods to last up to 3 weeks or longer. It's a good idea if your period continues for over two weeks you see your doctor to get the bleeding to stop. As it's your first period this is likely not a cause for concern, just irregular hormones and hopefully just a one… Read More
How soon after a miscarriage should you expect your period i lost the baby October 1. still havent gottin it?
Your period should return within 4-6 weeks for a miscarriage or D&C, but in some cases it can last longer (7-9 weeks) periods should return within 6 weeks.
well, think of when she missed her first period....then count back 2 weeks and there you go. this is the case since ovulation typically occurs 12-16 days after your last cycle. and then about 2 weeks after that you have your period. so just take when you missed your period and count two weeks before whatever the first day your missed period could have started....
its normal. your period changes after your first time having sex, just relax it should come soon. if it doesnt you might want to take a pregnancy test if you havent gotten your period in the next two weeks, if you used a condom and it didnt rip or break, you have nothing to worry about :)
Normally, you should not have your period if you are 8 weeks pregnant from my understanding, if this is happening go talk to your doctor. but please be sure to correct me if I'm wrong.
First few days of the last two weeks are considered as danger period. You are likely to get the pregnancy at this period.
no -- once pregnant you won't get a period, however some people do experience bleeding especialy during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. the bleeding you get during the first few weeks i implantation bleeding. Visit www.askdramy.com it has plenty of info on early pregnancy and bleeding
If you are on the 3rd week of your cycle can you start the birth control patch and wear it for two more weeks to delay starting your period?
It's safe to delay your period occasionally this way, but you should continue wearing the patch for the amount of time you normally would. In other words, if you usually wear it three weeks and then leave it off a week, this time you should wear it for the first three weeks, then immediately begin again, wearing it for three weeks, then off one. What you shouldn't do is stop in the middle, wearing it… Read More
About 2 weeks after sex, or a couple days after your missed period.
You should get your period about 3 weeks after you start taking the pill. It may not necessarilly be exactly 3 weeks. This would be normal.
yes, you should maybe go see the doctor. your period should last a couple days a week max.
Until 13 weeks after the last period.
they should get their first shots when they are about 8 weeks old.They should receive another shot when they are about 12-14 weeks old
Go to the Doctor and get it sorted