No. Periods generally last 2-7 days1. You may have a hormone imbalance, and although it is not life threatening, please see your doctor or gynecologist for more information and possible treatment.
If it happens once, it's normal. If it happens 4 months in a row, see a doctor. You may need Birth Control to reset your hormone levels or a D and C to clean out the inner lining. If it's after child birth, it could be related to a firbroid and there are non surgical treatments now (but You need 4 heavy cycles= 4 months before they will try the treatments).
Regardless of your age, this is not normal. There are a number of things that can cause this and your doctor can help you with these along with a way to help regulate your periods.
No. 4 to 5 week intervals are normal.
It MAY be that only every other flow is menstrual, but only an OB/GYN exam can tell for sure.
I think so, unless it's happening like every month! Happens to me a couple of times during the year maybe
The normal duration of the menstrual cycle is 3-5 days. However, it can be as short as 1 day or as long as 8 days in normal women. Two weeks is not the norm.
no i dont think so most girls have it beteew 2 to 7 days
yes, you should maybe go see the doctor. your period should last a couple days a week max.
I had my period 2 weeks ago and am bleeding again is that normal?
Well you start ovulating two weeks before your period so that's normal
no not normal
yes its normal. you just had a late period now if you mean ur period lasted for 2 weeks then no. see a doctor theres something wrong and you may need to fix it before to late
No, it is not normal, and should be checked out with a doctor.
It is common not to have regular periods with this implant. It is exceedingly rare to be pregnant with this contraceptive device. You can do the urine pregnancy test at home, when you do not get periods for two months in sequence. The test can be repeated every 15 days. Generally this is not required.
That is a very long period. You need to go and see the doctor.
This is normal, ovulation takes place up to 2 weeks prior to you having your period.