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Depends...per WebMD (http://women.webmd.com/tc/normal-menstrual-cycle-normal-menstrual-cycle), "The menstrual cycle is measured from the first day of menstrual bleeding, Day 1, up to Day 1 of your next menstrual bleeding. Although 28 days is often cited as the "regular" cycle length, only 15% of women actually have such a cycle." * A teen's cycles tend to be long (up to 45 days), growing shorter over several years. * Between ages 25 and 35, most women's cycles are regular, generally lasting 21 to 35 days. * Around ages 40 to 42, cycles tend to be the shortest and most regular. This is followed by 8 to 10 years of longer, less predictable cycles until menopause.

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4 weeks and 3 days as long as you have a normal 28 day menstrual cycle. It could be less if you have an irregular ovulation cycle.

An irregular cycle can be a signal of no ovulation, but genarally speaking, you ovulate every time you have a period.

It is a bit long, but if you are just starting it is normal. You may also find that you are irregular for a while until your body settles down.

The menstrual cycle begins Day 1 of your period, about half way through the cycle you ovulate and the last day is the day before your next period starts. Day 1 begins the cycle all over again. The last day of your cycle tells you the length of your cycle, on average between 24 and 34 days, although longer and shorter cycles are still "normal".

The typical menstrual cycle in "text book" terms is considered to be anything between 21 to 32 day cycle. yes that's normal

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4 weeks and 3 days as long as you have a normal 28 day menstrual cycle. It could be less if you have an irregular ovulation cycle.

If its your first period or your irregular its normal but if your not irregular it might just be spotting go to the doctor just in case.

You normally get ovulation on day 14 of your period, when you have monthly cycle of 28 days. You have ovulation on day 16, when you have monthly cycle of 30 days. You can not predict the same with irregular monthly cycles.

Yes. A period as short as one day is considered normal.

An irregular cycle can be a signal of no ovulation, but genarally speaking, you ovulate every time you have a period.

If a person has their period for three days and it starts back the next day, it means that there was a pause in their cycle. This is common amongst women who have an irregular cycle.

For those with a regular period, ovulation normally occurs on day 14 of the cycle with day 1 being the first day of bleeding. This is not an exact science, but merely an estimation. Ovulation can occur during other days of the cycle especially if the period is irregular.

The first day of your period is day 1 of your cycle, you count from this day up until your next period - this is one cycle. You should calculate the average of your last 6 cycles; add together cycle lengths from your last 6 months then divide by 6 to get your average. Web sites or phone apps can do this for you. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days but everyone is different and up to a weeks difference from your average menstrual cycle is completely normal. It's worth noting that irregular cycles are normal throughout your teens, and things such as ill health, stress, or some medications can effect your cycles. Learning to recognise changes in your body throughout your cycles can help you determine when your period is due, even if your cycles are irregular.

Yes. But you need to know that not every woman has a 28 day cycle. That is just the "average." I know women who have 30 day, 27 day, 42 day and other day cycles. It is just what is normal for you.

Your date of conception is most likely May 8th. This is based on a 28 day cycle so this is not 100% accurate especially if you have an irregular period. The reason for this is your doctor usually measures your due date based on the first day or your last period. If your period is irregular it is not accurate because then the day that you ovulate is also irregular, therefore the day that you can conceive is not the same as someone who has a regular period.

Sometimes periods get irregular or develop a strange cycle. You should see your doctor because it can develop into anemia. Docs can prescribe meds to get your period back to a 25 day to 32 day cycle instead of a 14-16 day cycle.

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