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Can a woman ovulate & not get a period until 1-2 months after?If so is the just hanging around until a period begins?

Can a woman ovulate & not get a period until 1-2 months after?If so is the just hanging around  until a period begins?

Not really : if and when one ovulated one of two things happen. Either you get pregnant or you don't. If you do not get pregnant the egg dies in about 14 days which triggers a withdrawal in hormones causing a cycle. If your periods are irregular then you are not ovulating or not ovulating consistently ...Read more

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I am a 43-year-old woman. around six months ago I started Menstration every 23 or 24 days. Now I get periods every week starting a month ago ?

I am a 43-year-old woman.   around six months ago   I started Menstration  every 23 or 24 days. Now I get periods every week starting a month ago ?

Go to provider: Around the peri or pre menopausal time of life, it is usual to have irregular bleeding. See provider to do some testing both blood tests as well as biopsy to see what is occurring Usually they can help you regulate your periods with either medications or a D and C surgery ...Read more

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Hi ..I am married woman since 7 months.I am gettin periods once in 15 days sometimes. Is dat normal?We r plannin 4 a baby.Wat medicine i shuld tak ?

Hi ..I am married woman since 7 months.I am gettin periods once in 15 days sometimes. Is dat normal?We r plannin 4 a baby.Wat medicine i shuld tak ?

See your doctor: Irregular periods can be caused by many different underlying conditions, some of which can cause fertility issues such as polycystic ovaries or hypothyroidism. A woman planning to have a family should see a doctor for tests and scans to determine why her periods are irregular. There may be treatments which can improve chances of natural pregnancy. ...Read more

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I am a year old female and I have had my period for over two month now and it is just continuing to get heavier as time goes on. Is this normal/safe?

I am a  year old female and I have had my period for over two month now and it is just continuing to get heavier as time goes on. Is this normal/safe?

Irregular periods: Having flow for 2 months is not normal, You may have hormonal imbalance and anovulation. You may become anemic form this. see your gynecologist to get it treated ...Read more

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If a woman hasn't had her period for months, will she still be able to get pregnant?

If a woman hasn't had her period for months, will she still be able to get pregnant?

Potentially.: Amenorrhea may be due to hormonal imbalance, and that would make pregnancy less likely but not impossible. It only takes one ovulation within 5 days of vaginal intercourse to get pregnant. ...Read more

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Is there a possibility that a women can get pregnant when they haven't gotten they period for 7 months?

Is there a possibility that a women can get pregnant  when they haven't gotten they period for 7 months?

Yes: If you ovulated and are having sex, you can get pregnant. Timing of ovulation is especially difficult to predict when you have menstrual irregularities. Take a pregnancy test for your answer AND see a gynecologist about your abnormal cycles. Even if you are not pregnant, you don't want to ignore the fact that you are not getting your period. ...Read more

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When a female has HIV does she get her periods normal ? Or does it come one month and not the next ?

When a female has HIV does she get her periods normal ? Or does it come one month and not the next ?

It should not: Change your periods at all, although some meds used to treat active HIV disease may cause me martial cycle changes. ...Read more

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I get my period for a 3-5 days just like any other woman but then i miss it for a few months usually after that, what is going on?

I get my period for a 3-5 days just like any other woman but then i miss it for a few months usually after that, what is going on?

Can be normal: When a young woman first starts having her cycle the bodies hormones are trying to get regulated and until it does the cycle may be off track. Often you will not ovulate (release an egg) regularly and this can make you miss cycles. It can easily be regulated with some form of birth control (pills , patch, ring). If this doesn't make your cycle come monthly then further eval can be done-. ...Read more

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Confused..if a woman can get a period each month on time when pregnant..does she have to test each month in case to be sure? don't pds stop when preg

Confused..if a woman can get a period each month on time when pregnant..does she have to test each month in case to be sure?  don't pds stop when preg

Back to School: You are 32 years old. What is confusing seems to be that you are believing myths and not science. Viable pregnancy stops vaginal bleeding. Any bleeding in pregnancy is unusual, unexpected, and potentially evidence the pregnancy is not viable. Women do not in general have periods when they are pregnant. If they do it would be so unusual it would make the news. ...Read more

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I am 24 yr woman i didn't get my periods since last 2 months, i checked for the pregnancy but it was negative.Please tell me pills for getting periods?

I am 24 yr woman i didn't get my periods since last 2 months, i checked for the pregnancy but it was negative.Please tell me pills for getting periods?

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

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How to know if you have an irregular period? Do woman with irregular periods get their period every month?

How to know if you have an irregular period? Do woman with irregular periods get their period every month?

Normal cycles come every 21-35 days.: If blood comes out of your vagina in a different pattern then your cycles are not normal. If this is one time problem it may resolves on its own. If recurring then 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 to regulate the cycle. ...Read more

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I read on the internet tht some women get neg hpts almost upto 6 mnths of pregnancy.Is this possible? I've had 8 neg hpts over 4 months.Reg periods.

Internet myth: I've read that on the internet too. In 14 years though i've never seen it in real life. If you've taken pregnancy test from different vendors and they're all negative then you're not pregnant.. If you don't believe the results then have your blood drawn at a doctors office. ...Read more

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I don't get my period on time, sometimes I even skip a month. Will I have trouble getting pregnant? (25 years old female)

I don't get my period on time, sometimes I even skip a month. Will I have trouble getting pregnant? (25 years old  female)

Possibly: Irregular periods may be a sign of an underlying medical condition that may affect infertility in the long run, or may be the result of pregnancy, medications, or weight loss.Some of these conditions are more easily rectified than others, so see your doctor to be evaluated. ...Read more

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Woman issues I am on the pill. I take it for three weeks straight and then i get my period on the forth week. Last month, i started bleeding on the third week, while i was still on the pill. I bled for the entire third and most of the forth week. After th

Woman issues I am on the pill. I take it for three weeks straight and then i get my period on the forth week. Last month, i started bleeding on the third week, while i was still on the pill. I bled for the entire third and most of the forth week. After th

Typically : Typically it takes 3 cycles (packs) for your body to adjust to the hormones. However in your case since you have more than just spotting, then you may need a pill that contains more estrogen. Talk to your doctor, explain the situation, and request a change in pillls. This should help. Best of luck. ...Read more

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