You have to have a period as a woman, its physically impossible not to. You will have periods but they could be every three months or very inconsistant. I have been on it for 6 years and I didnt have my period for a whole year once but then I've also gone 2 weeks between periods.
As in bleeding all the time for 3 months? You need to go and see the doctor. If you mean that you had your periods for 3 months (ie as normal, not lasting for 3 months) and then they didn't arrive on the fourth month, it depends on a few things: . Were those three months your first periods? . Have you had sex? . Is it a combination of both? If they were your first periods and you have NOT had sex, it is not anything to worry about. Periods take about a year (sometimes longer) to regulate If you have had sex, you need to take a pregnancy test If these were not your first three periods, take a pregnancy test if you've had sex and if not, see if you get your next period, and if not, go and see the doctor
maybe. you can have periods and not ovulate and you can ovulate and not have periods.
dont worry about this because when you first start your periods, they are not normal and your cycle hasn't settled yet, i.e you may get your period at the beginning of every month for a few months and then start getting them at the end of every month instead of the beginning.
your all screwed up
You may be pregnant. Take a pregnancy test.
You mean to get periods after the delivery. It may take three to six or more months. But you should beware of the unwanted pregnancy. It is more common than you expect.
That she should go to the doctor and get a pregnancy test.
It means you are pregnant or you have an eating disorder
every 3 months
I would see your GP about this as it could mean you are pregnant but it could mean a number of other things.
Three periods at the end of a sentence is called an ellipses. It means that the statement continues as understood by the writer and reader. Usually the term etc is used.
I think it means that it has to be done before 3 months have passed
As someone who has had relatively normal periods through the first 4 months of my pregnancy I would say yes, there is a very good chance you're pregnant, and should see a dr immediately.
its spanish for "for three months"
A bimonthly magazine is published every two months.
Having irregular periods does not mean it is the end of the world, only you have to make a better table and monitor your irregular periods to get the best day to have sex.
You need to see a doctor to correct this. It means you only ovulate every 2 months instead of every month so the chance of pregnancy is lower. At the same time you have no idea when you ovulate in case you were tying to get pregnant. Some women have weird periods but the doctors can help. And I can't tell if you could be pregnant.
There is no special meaning to a 40 day cycle. Talk with your health care provider if you are trying to get pregnant. Otherwise, just continue noting the timing of your periods.
The name Mitsuki can mean: three months, beautiful moon, or full moon.
It means that you have to start with a capital letter in every sentence and to indent and use the periods and commas
you mean months? 14 weeks equal three months and some one week
Pregnancy is different for every woman. If you are worried, finding medical care (eg midwife) is a good way to monitor the development of your unborn baby.
Your pregnant or someting is very wrong