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Getting Your Period Twice In One Month
Stress, a ovulation: Many factors can cause two periods in one month. Frequently stress can do this, or simply having a cycle where you don't release an egg and ovulate - this will throw your regular cycle completely off for a month or two. As long as you have o pain or excessive bleeding, it's okay to wait and see what happens the next month. ...Read more
No: If you bleeed twice in a month, less than 21 days apart, this is abnormal, and has nothing to do with your next period. There are a number ocauses of such bleeding, including pregnancy, bleeding due to the pill you might be on, tubal prenancy. Best to see your dr. And have the dr. Evaluate. ...Read more
Certainly imply one is NOT pregnant.
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Is it normal to get your period twice in one month but on the 25th day? Suffer from intense cramps and heavy bleeding.
Period timing: Normal cycle length can vary from woman to woman and from month to month for each woman. A 25 day cycle is in the normal range. But if you're suffering from intense cramps and heavy bleeding, it's a good idea to get an evaluation for treatable causes. Heavy crampy periods are a fairly easy problem for us to solve. There are ALOT of treatment options for you so do seek help. ...Read more
Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections ; hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
Not usually, however: There is one very easy way to find out. Go buy a home pregnancy test and use it. If it's negative then repeat in a week to be extra sure. But most likely you just aren't pregnant. You can have bleeding for many reasons. Best to have an exam to get to the bottom of things. ...Read more
Count the days: You should count the days from the beginning of one period to the beginning of the next to give your cycle length. Normal cycle length is 21-35 days for adults. Cycles shorter or longer than this are abnormal. If you started 1 period on the 1st of the month, and the next on the 26th (=2 periods/month), that's normal, but if < 21 days, see your dr to figure out why. ...Read more
Yes: A girl of this young age with her periods already will quite likely be very irregular, even for several years. She may have two in one month, then one next month, then skip three months. Many of these cycles may be anovulatory. It's nothing to worry about, but make sure she is taking a vitamin with iron, as she is likely to get anemic having more than one period a month and at such a young age. ...Read more
I got my period twice in one month and this month I diddnt get it why? Can it be cause im taking diet pills? Amp up
Menopause: Yes. Or you are in early menopause. But, here is the real answer if you were sitting in my office. I would ask you gently why you think being on diet pills will in any way lead you to real or lasting weight loss? They won't, in fact, be of any benefit to your health or your preferred weight. ...Read more
Could you be pregnant if you get a period twice in one month. My period usually comes at the end of each month came dec 8-11 and I have it again?
I had stop my birth control and I got my period twice in one month & I didn't get my period this month and I been sexually active?
Hormones: Stopping your birth control can cause your own hormones to have issues restarting so-to-speak and cause irregular bleeding for a few months so that's not completely abnormal. However, having been sexually active without protection does put you at risk for pregnancy so if you're more than a week late on your period you might want to do a home pregnancy test. Best wishes to you. ...Read more
What does it mean when you get your menstrual cycle twice in one month and you don't get your period for the next month? Could I be pregnant?
Anovulation: You're probably not ovulating regularly. Defiantly do a pregnancy test. If negative consider ovulatory dysfunction as a cause. ...Read more
If you conceive a baby will you definitely not get a period, or will you get your last one for 9 months
Usually not: It's possible to have a period after getting pregnant, but it's usually notably lighter than normal. And periods typically restart after birth, although not necessarily immediately, and breastfeeding can affect that. However, in general, if a woman bleeds while pregnant, she should see her ob/gyn to get checked and not assume that it's "normal". ...Read more
Two periods month of Feb one started on the 8th ended on 15 second on the 19th ended on 23 when should I get my next period do I go off 2nd period?
Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
My periods are usually on the 28 of each month. In Feb. I didn't get one but in Mar. I did on the 10.What's my body doing? When is the next expected period
Very common: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections and hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
What's is the maximum period can one wait to get another period? I have skipped two months, three months??
Perimenopause: Change in menstrual pattern may indicate perimenopause, a stage that may last years and involves hormonal changes. If bleeding is heavy and/or frequent, your gynecologist may suggest tests to check the status of the tissue lining the uterus. A pregnancy test should be done to rule out pregnancy. Menopause is lack of menses for one year. ...Read more
Something weird is going on with my body... I have had 2 period this year and it's June. I usually get one every month. What's wrong?
DUB: You are having Dysfunctional uterine Bleeding (DUB) which can be caused by many things, from thyroid disorders, weight gain/loss, increased exercise, ovarian issues etc...that needs to be evaluated by a Gynecologist, which may include a physical exam of your vagina and some routine testing. Best wishes. ...Read more
Cant tell yes, no: Varies on your hormonal state. It doesn't imply regularity for sure next month. ...Read more
I am 30 and I get my period ones a month twice a year i'll get my period two times in the same month why is that?
You need to see doc: You have to see your gyn doctor, and correct the problem need examination, tests, what you are describing in not a normal cycle ...Read more
I didn't get a period last month, but my period came this month and it was normal. Why didn't I get one last month?
Take a...: Pregnancy test and if it comes up negative let me know :]. ...Read more
Hypothyroid - I've had one 2 day period in 5 months! Will this get back to normal? Would like a family next year! Thanks
Haven't received a period in 2 months I just spotted for the days I was suppose to get one. Just got off bc can I be pregnant?
Posible: If you are having unprotected sex and are not on birth control, you could get pregnant. Often, once bc stops, it may take some time to regulate back to a normal cycle. Often the bc itself helps regulate women who have abnormal cycles, so if it persists, see your gyn, best wishes. ...Read more
I get my period 2 time in one month and I am on day 5 of my period and I am heavy is it normal and I have pain in my right side?
Breakthrough bleed: You are probably having breakthrough bleeding, which can be caused by a variety of problems. Its probably time to see a gynecologist for an evaluation. Not all bleeding is a period. Some of the issues could be endometriosis, adenomyosis, fibroids, ovulatory dysfuntion, endometrial polyps and a few others. ...Read more
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