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No Period For Months
A missed period is when you don't have a period at your normal time. Because a missed period can be due to pregnancy, even a period that is signficantly lighter or shorter can be considered a missed period and possible pregnancy. And having early symptoms of early pregnancy such as sore breasts or mild nausea would increase ...Read more
?: Cause of what? You need to give complete information ...Read more
Had a 13day period last month this month had a 4 day&1wk later started again going on 10 days normal amount of period is 4 days
Getting period 2 weeks early after ec, should I expect my next period a month later or still at the expected time of this month; 2 weeks later?
No one knows: There is no way to predict the right answer. It all depends on your chemistry and your hormones. Remember you must be extra vigilant in protecting against unwanted pregnancy during this time. And, it is always better to be responsible and get on routine and regular birth control than to use ec. ...Read more
Absoutely not: Years ago doctors though women needed to get a period each month. That is no longer true. In fact many types of birth control pills now give you a period every 3 months. But it is important to protect the uterus from overgrowing and developing uterus cancer. So either you need to get a semi-regular period or you need to be on something to protect your uterus. ...Read more
Hormones are not rig: Hormones may not be right, or other causes, you need an exam, blood work and an ultrasound and then you may need some type of medication like bc pills to regulate your periods. ...Read more
Normally yes: However ask your doctor if there are other symptoms that are happening that you have not mentioned that are concerning you. ...Read more
Perhaps the opposite: Please talk with your mom, an trusted adult or your pediatrician. Read this, it has some great tips! Good luck! Http://mobile. Goaskalice. Columbia. Edu/it-possible-menstruate-without-ovulating. ...Read more
For some women: A woman's body experiences changes in hormone levels throughout her cycle, so some develop nausea before their periods. The nausea can be due to the changing levels of estrogen or progesterone. If a woman has nausea and misses her period, she can do a urine pregnancy test a week later to see if she is pregnant. If symptoms are worrisome, the doctor should evaluate. ...Read more
Multiple: There are too many causes to describe here. Hormonal changes, pregnancy, fibroids, polyps, ovulation disorders, bleeding problems etc. You should see a gynecologist to sort this out if it is recurrent. It is not uncommon for women to have maybe one aberrant cycle per year that is relatively unexplainable. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes, commonly: Menstrual periods can vary in terms of amount o fbleeding, more commonly in early years. The difference is brought about by hormonal inequilibrium, some illness etc. It should stabilize in a few months. If not, pl get examined by your primary doctor or an Ob/Gynae for ruling out any medical condition. Feel better:) ...Read more
Likely normal: It's normal for a female to have monthly regular period, which is likely related to your ovary releasing an egg.... Relax and good luck! ...Read more
I've had a one day period two months in a row now and am now having heavy discharge constantly. What's going on?
Unsure: A one day period is not abnormal. The discharge may or may not be abnormal. If there is itching or irritation, or a foul odor then there is certainly something amiss. ...Read more
Massively lighter period 2 months in a row, big pain on first day. Could change in diet and new exercise be cause?
Lighter period: The main reason for light periods is change in hormone levels. Causes for what seems to be a light period can include: thyroid problems, eating disorders, excessive exercise, initial periods for a girl, use of an intrauterine device, oral contraceptives, perimenopause & implantation bleeding in early pregnancy which rarely occurs. ...Read more
Dark brown stuff with a few stringy pieces in when I wipe? Haven't had a period in months, please help on what this could be
I 've been having more the one period a month. It started actually this month, and it last 8 days. Change pad liners once a day, is this hermones?
Increased periods: There are many possibilities. If this condition continues then you should discuss this with your doctor to have an examination to determine the cause. ...Read more
I had a spotty period last month and took a preg. Test 3 weeks after it ended and a week before my next one. It came back negative, is it accurate?
I am 25 I had a period this month starting 4th October ended on 9th then another one started on 14th this time dark brown black colour. Why 2 periods?
Ans: Seems like just old bloid on the second episode. Check a pregnancy test if negative see if the next cycle is regular ...Read more
I had a regular period this month and 5 days after it ended I started another period. Same flow and everything. I'm on day 3 now. What could be wrong?
Abnormal bleeding: There can be a variety of causes. But most importantly, if you've been having sex, run a home urine pregnancy test. If it's negative it's ok to see if it goes back to normal by next month. But if it's positive, you have pain, increasing bleeding or fever or in any other way don't feel well, seek care. Infection and hormonal imbalances can also cause abnormal bleeding as fairly common causes. ...Read more
Okay my friend had an obrotion last month but she did not get her period this month and only was able to stain for a day. Is something worng with her?
I 'm 24, didn't get period last month, at the end of the month had brownish colored discharge when I wiped. Now this month I am experiencing the same?
Abnormal periods: Getting abnormal periods can happen for many reasons, but first and foremost, if you're sexually active, make sure you get a pregnancy test. The color of the period (brown vs red) isn't as concerning as the irregularity. Irregular periods and spotting can happen for many reasons, but when they do start happening, your doc should do a thorough history and exam to find out what's going on. ...Read more