You are twenty five years old and your menstrual cycle has been on for twenty two days Is that normal?


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2008-04-18 23:36:44
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You need to see a doctor ASP.

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The first menstrual cycle is marked by the womans for menstrual phase or period, this is known as menarche. Menarche on average occurs at the age of 13, but anything from 10-16 years old is normal.

A girl can start her menstrual cycle from when she is about 9 years old any where through to when she is 16 years old.

The menstrual cycle is the reproductive cycle, unless a woman is pregnant or on hormonal birth control then during her reproductive years she is always in her menstrual cycle. A woman can have sex at any point in her menstrual cycle as long as she uses birth control.

The typical menstrual cycle is 28 days, but it is considered to be normal as long as it is +/- 7 days of this, as long as the spacing remains constant. Though it should be noted that women may have irregular periods for the first few years, and the last few years of their reproductive life.

Depends...per WebMD (, "The menstrual cycle is measured from the first day of menstrual bleeding, Day 1, up to Day 1 of your next menstrual bleeding. Although 28 days is often cited as the "regular" cycle length, only 15% of women actually have such a cycle." * A teen's cycles tend to be long (up to 45 days), growing shorter over several years. * Between ages 25 and 35, most women's cycles are regular, generally lasting 21 to 35 days. * Around ages 40 to 42, cycles tend to be the shortest and most regular. This is followed by 8 to 10 years of longer, less predictable cycles until menopause.

After three years of being off Depro can it still effect your menstrual cycle?

I am having a very bad menstrual cycle with cramps and clots. I have not had one in over 3 years. wondering should i go to the doctor or just see what happens and how long. I have had menopause for the last 7 years and my cycle stopped completely in march of 2005

The menstrual cycle continues up until pregnancy when the menstrual cycle is stopped so that you no longer ovulate while pregnant and the uterine lining isn't shed. The menstrual cycles also come to an end at the end of your reproductive years going into menopause.

If you are a female, and began your menstrual cycle two years ago, you are most likely done growing. Girls are done growing approximately 2 years after beginning their menstrual cycle.

I don't think so. I've been on it for years, and my doctor has never said anything about it affecting your menstrual cycle. And I've never had any problems with my cycle.

8 is the earliest age you can get your menstrual cycle (aside from the extremely rare occasion of it developing at a younger age, but the story I read could have been myth!). I got my period at 8 years old.

The menstrual cycle comes to an end once you go through menopause. The average age of menopause is between 45-55 years old but everyone is different.

Yes, a female can have a menstrual cycle at 9 years old. The average age of menarche (first period) is 13 years old, but it is possible for females to enter puberty and start ovulating (thus menstruating) from only 9 years old.

While most periods last from three to five days, anywhere from two to seven days is normal. For the first few years after menstruation begins, longer cycles are common.

i am 44 years old and always had a regular 28 day cycle, it as now for the past 3 months changed to 26 days, is this normal? it is not heavy or painful

Woman can be fertile anytime after the start of the menstrual cycle. She can become pregnant even before she gets her menstrual cycle. Usually the first two to three years may be with out ovulation. But this is not the rule of thumb. After this period the woman becomes more likely to have pregnancy.

In the early years it is not unusual for the menstrual cycle to be irregular. It will settle down.

No, you do not usually get menopause at age 13. Menopause is when your menstrual cycle ends forever and that occurs between the ages of 45 and 55 give or take a few years. You can, however, get your period (the beginning of your menstrual cycle) at that age.

This is normal, it's part of the menstrual cycle. If you just became a woman, then it is normal to have irregular flows. If three years has gone by since you became a woman and you are still having irregular flows, then talk to your doctor.

Menopause starts somewhere between 45-55 years old in most people, this is the start of the winding down of the reproductive cycle so menstrual cycles become irregular. When menstrual cycles stop all together can vary greatly from person to person after menopause.

It's called menarche and commonly occurs around 12 years of age.

Menstruation takes place about once a month during a woman's reproductive years. If woman has normal menstrual cycle she can get pregnant. If woman hasn't menstruation she hasn't possibility of conceiving/bearing children.

This is normal. Anything up to 7 days variation from your normal menstrual cycle is normal, but even if it is later than this it's still absolutely fine because irregular cycles are normal at your age - your body may not be mature enough to ovulate regularly thus you will not menstruate regularly, and as your body is changing this can effect your menstrual cycles too. Don't expect regular cycles until you reach adulthood.

A cherry blossom tree lives for about twenty years.

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