The full menstrual cycle is usually counted from the first day you bleed(day 1), through when it's stopped, until you start to bleed again. So the day before the next bleed is the last day of your cycle.
Menstrual bleeding though can last for a little more than a week without there being anything wrong.
A typical menstrual cycle lasts between three and five days, however the time period between two and seven days is typical as well. If a woman experiences a menstrual cycle lasting more than seven days, then she should seek medical attention.
Not more than a tiny amount. Menstrual fluid is not blood, but disintegrating cells.
It's normal to miss even more than that if you're pregnant.
It simply means that you have a 35 day menstrual cycle, nothing more than that. The typical menstrual cycle is 28 days but everyone is different so some women have longer cycles.
a menstrual cycle (more comonly known as a period) lasts about a week and happens once a month.
in a normal 28 day cycle the time that a woman is most likely to become pregnant from having sexual intercourse is on days 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 from the time that her menstrual cycle starts (that is the first day you menstrual bleeding starts). for more information on this subject go to the related link below(Fertility Timing).
No, Zyban has no effect on the menstrual cycle. Note: if attempting to quit smoking try Easyway, far more effective.
Yes it can, it is normal for it to be off by two weeks or more. Its very stressful on your body and can cause these kind of changes.
If you mean you were bleeding for more than 14 days, I would go see a doctor. If you meant your entire cycle was more than 14 days, that's normal. It should be around 28 days. Hope this helps answer your question. If you are still unsure, resubmit your question with more detail. Or call a doctor, they'll have more answers for you.
Progesterone looks to be more important for menstruation. You need fairly large dose of oestrogen in absence of the progesterone to maintain the menstrual cycle.
Your menstrual cycle is the entire reproductive cycle including ovulation and menstruation - I think you mean menstruation of five days, not menstrual cycle. Menstruation will vary from one cycle to the next, the explanation is no more complex then that your body is not a machine so it will never have the exact same cycle every single time.