If your period lasts 5 months, then stops for 3 days and then starts again with black blood, this could mean that you are pregnant or that you have a health problem. Seeing a doctor is ideal.
if you got your period, then you are not pregnant. (unless you have had sex again during this time.)
The body needs to recover.
As every woman's body and menstrual cycle is different, there is no straightforward answer to this question. In most cases, if your period is stopping and then starting again in the middle of a period, then this is likely to be associated with factors such as stress or a hormonal imbalance so it is totally normal it happens to me all the time.
It is an b-complex tablet used for vitamin defiencies. It should not be taken for a long period of time as it will reduce our immune system for example if we take the tablets for 30 days(1 tablet per day) after a interval of 6 months it should be taken again for 30 days which means it can be taken only for two months a year.
They were interested, then lost interest. Months later the interest is renewed, and then they lose interest again, probably for the same reasons as the last time.
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mines been like that . i only started mine 3 days ago aswell did you ?
Not necessarily, I was on depot and my period stopped immediately, but after a week or so it started up and I had my period everyother week.
Start the Sunday that you got your period. Ex. you started your period on tuesday...start taking the pill again that following Sunday!!
It is most likely normal. A lot of girls have one period then skip a few months before having another one. It takes a while for a girls menstrual cycle to become regular.
It stopped, but it has started again.
Actually, it is normal for the body to begin menstruation again right after weaning.
Everyone is different, and sometimes girls may skip a month. If you recently started your period or in this case your period was 4 months ago and it was your first time, that is normal. From my first to second period ever, I went 2 months. Again, everyone is different, and if it reaches 6 months of not having it, I would maybe consider going to the doctor.
If you have just started it's perfectly normal to have missed your period for a few months, some girls get there period and then don't get it for another 8 months or so. So as long as you haven't had your period for more than 2-3 years your good. But if you have then i would see a doctor.
If you got it once and not again for 5 months, it was a false alarm or your pregnant. If you haven't even started, JUST WAIT YOU NIMNOM!
You could have a period immediately or it may take awhile, its hard to say. Even if you have an immediate period, it will take several months for the progestin to be flushed out of your body and for you to see a total return to normal. Less common, a delayed period (beyond 60 days) could mean that your body hasn't started cycling again. See your Gyn as there are some simple things (s)he can prescribe to "jump start" your body again.