I've had my period for 12 days now. Is this normal? I'm not on birth control nor am I pregnant. Should I go to the doc?

Can wait a bit. The most common reason (after pregnancy) for a late or missed period is a late or missed ovulation. This is not strictly "normal" but it is very common, and is rarely to worry about if it doesn't become a pattern. You can certainly wait until your expected next period and see if it comes; if not, you may want to check in with your doctor. Good wishes.

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