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Is It Normal To Have Yur Period For A Month
Yes: This happens all the time. Sometimes it's due to changes in hormones, estrogen and Progesterone and in their ratio to one another. Other times it can be due to weight gain/loss. Thyroid difficulties. If you don't have a period for > 3 months, it's time to see a gynecologist. Also, birth control pills can help to regulate cycle if that's something you're interested in. ...Read more
I've been on my period for a month. But this last week it has been heavy like a normal period would start off. The other weeks were pretty light?
I missed my period for a month and that's november and then in dec my period camed early on the 3rd and im still spotting tell this day is that normal?
Abnormal bleeding: Are you on the pill? If yes, low dose pills (low estrogen) sometimes don't allow your lining to become thick enough to bleed. This can throw things off. If you are not on the pill, stress and other medication could cause you to skip. Pregnancy is always a possibility, so get a test. ...Read more
I usually sleep 3am, I don't eat much, no exercise, im smoking, im so nervous, im having mild cramps. Is it normal to have no period for a month?
Not normal but...:
While not exactly "normal", it's not that unusual. Most women miss a period from time to time; stress ; malnutrition can cause this.
Exercise is one of the best ways to reduce stress. Please stop smoking asap- that contributes to poor health. Try to eat better but also take a good multivitamin.Herbs like rhodiola ; ashwagandha can reduce stress ; balance hormones. You body is saying need to change! ...Read more
Is it normal I have had my period for 21 days! Last month I had my period for a month and apparently this month is also lasting as long. I do have low anemia and I am concern that it might be that. I bleed in excess right now it is regular but days ago I
A regular period occurs once every 24-35 days (3.5 to 5 weeks) and should last 7 days or less. The two most common reasons for abnormal cycles are abnormal hormone levels or problems with the uterus. In order to check your hormone levels, you should have a hormonal evaluation to look at your thyroid function (tsh/t4), ovarian function (fsh) on day 2-4 of your cycle, pituitary function (specifically prolactin) and your testosterone levels (to see if you have polycystic ovarian syndrome). If any of these are abnormal they can usually be treated with medication. In order to evaluate the uterus, the best test will be a sonohystogram (pelvic ultrasound with saline water infusion into the uterus). This will allow the doctor to "see" inside the uterus to see if you have any polyps (abnormal growths of uterine lining) or fibroids (non-cancerous tumors) that can be causing the bleeding. The ultrasound will also allow the doctor to check for large ovarian cysts or many small ovarian cysts (polycystic ovaries) which can lead to heavy or prolonged bleeding. If you have anemia due to heavy bleeding you may consider taking a multivitamin or iron tablets. You may consider seeing a reproductive endocrinologist to help resolve your bleeding issues.
Stephan krotz, M.D.--reproductive endocrinologist-houston, tx
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What does it mean when I have my period for a month? I've been on birth-control since april 2011 and then in november I had my period like normal, but it didn't stop until after my next period. I just ended my period and I thinks it's going to happen agai
Prolonged: Prolonged vaginal bleeding not related to your period is called dysfunctional uterine bleeding. Depending on your age, there are a variety of things that could be causing it such as a hormone imbalance, annovulation, pregnancy, pelvic inflammatory disease, uterine fibroids, trauma, menopause, inherited bleeding disorders, and rarely, cancer. You should contact your doctor for an evaluation. It's important that the cause of your bleeding be found in order to give you the proper treatment to stop it. Odds are, it's a hormone imbalance. You may need a different birth control pill to prevent the prolonged bleeding from happening again. Good luck! ...Read more
I've had my period for a month now, I'm using the birth control implanon is my first year with using it, is this normal?
Yes: This is within the normal range. If it persists for more than 2-3 cycles, get it checked out. Although, many times, such irregularity can lasts longer. ...Read more
Missed period for a month doc prescribed Duphaston for 5 day twice a day.2days after the med I have period but not normal like before should I wait?
It worked: You took that medication to trigger bleeding. It worked. It doesn't matter if it was a lot or not. Blood is blood. ...Read more
I'm on the implanon birth control, is having my period for a month and a half normal? Can I become anaemic?
Yes and yes:
Some women will have longer bleeding, so talk to your obgyn and see what they can do. If you bleed enough, you can certainly become anemic, so check that as well.
Good luck. ...Read more
I missed my period for a month and when I got it I had more blood flow than usual and now am feel sick to my stomach. Is that normal with late periods?
Absolutely: When you skip a period, the inside lining of the uterus builds up. And in that extra time is grows thicker and so when you finally get your period it can be 2-3x more heavy. And with extra bleeding comes more pain. But if there is any chance of being pregnant it is important to c heck ...Read more
Missed period for a month. Doctor has prescribed provera (medroxyprogesterone) 10mg. What are the side-effects of it? Shld I take it or wait for normal cycle to start?
Is it normal to have a period for a month or longer while taking the Depo-Provera birth control shot? My period goes from heavy to spotting this brown colored blood to nothing. This is my second birth control shot.
It is normal to have prolonged bleeding (a continuous period) and spotting in the first few months you are on the depo-provera shot. However, if you feel like your bleeding is excessive or if you are concerned you should contact your doctor.
Below, I've linked to a website that can give you more in-depth information on the Depo-Provera shot. ...Read more
I've missed my period for a month and a half im getting married and I've been a little stressed I have a pap done 6 months ago and it was normal...The wedding is a month and a half away. Could stress be throwing it off? I'm not on birth control
Hello.: Hello. Congratulations on your pending wedding. Marked stress can cause irregularity with one's period. Have you been dieting vigorously to fit into your wedding gown? Rapid weight loss can impact menses. Have you been having unprotected sexual intercourse? - because pregnancy can be a reason to miss your period. If the answer to the last question is yes, then recommend that you do a home pregnancy test. Take care. ...Read more
Not necessarily: It is not usual to have two periods a month but it can sometimes happen. This can occur due to stress, hormonal fluctuations or thyroid disorders. Sometimes it just happens and is no cause for concern. If you may be pregnant check a pregnancy test. If it does not straighten out in the next few months, see a doctor. ...Read more
Menses: The normal interval between first day of bleeding for one period and the next is anywhere from 21 to 32 days. Your two periods in one month if 21 to 32 days apart would fall in the normal range. Sorry but most likely normal. ...Read more
YES: Yes this can be normal, look at the number of days between first day of last period. Usually averages b/w 25-35 days. Sometimes in can feel like 2x in a month. If only once in a while then yes normal. ...Read more
See below: If you recently delivered a baby, your period may not come for several months. If that is not the case, you may want to see your doctor. ...Read more
Menstrual cycle: It is common for women to at some point in their life skip a period here and there, or to have some irregular spotting, this is usually of no consequence especially if you usually have regular cycles. If you are constantly skipping periods then you should see your physician. Good luck! ...Read more
Long period: That is longer than usual but if there was more time between periods, this could be normal. If you usually have fewer days of flow and 1 month apart, this could be an issue. See your doctor if this continues over another cycle or two. ...Read more
No, it is not: Normal. It sounds like post menopausal bleeding. It could be sign of malignancy. Go to gyn to check it out. ...Read more
I stoped taking pills for a month I had period on 22nd day of the month. Normal start the 29th of each month.
Adjustment: There is an adjustment time between changing from the pill to your own hormones. By the way, the chart says you are a male? ...Read more
Okay I bled 2 times last month I had my normal 7 day period and then 7 days later I bled for 4 more days?? why??
Last month I had a 3 days period and this month too. Its usualy 6 days but these 2 months its only 3 is this normal?
Reasons: The main reason for light periods is a change in hormone levels. Causes for what seems to be a light period can include: implantation bleeding in early pregnancy, thyroid problems, eating disorders, excessive exercise, initial periods for a girl, use of an intrauterine device, oral contraceptives & perimenopause. ...Read more