No, you need to contact your doctor ASAP! That can be dangerous if you don't do anything about it.
No, you should see your doctor you might be losing to much blood if you are bleeding for 2 weeks or more.
No, it isn't! See a doctor, girl!)
it is normal because u have to wait 28 days and then 28 more days and it starts again so it is normal
This is not normal and you need to see a doctor.
You have to see a doctor. It's not good for you to bleed that much every month and it's not normal.
It means you haven't gotten your period yet. A clear discharge is generally normal.
It's not exactly normal for a period to be more than a week late, but common. Unless you use fertility awareness method you don't know when your period is due, you can only predict it based on your average cycle length - anything up to a weeks variation from your cycle is normal. There are also lots of reasons such as stress or sickness which can delay menstruation.
If it's within the first 3 years of getting it then it's probably becoming normal. Be concerned if it lasts more than a week.
Yes, it is normal to have a period more than 7 days. In fact, a period of up to 8 days is considered normal.
Some people have periods that last for 2 weeks, however a week-9 days is more average. If your period does not normally last for 9 days, then you should speak to your doctor about it
A vaginal discharge before a period is normal as is in pregnancy. See a doctor if you suspect you may be pregnant.