This is quite common if you're under two years of your menstrual cycle. All this means is that your body is going through some tremendous changes, and your body is just having a bit of a hard time keeping up. It's totally normal to have two one month, and then your body will skip the next one. If your scared or confused about this, talk to your mom, she'll know what to do. One thing I do is that I keep a little pocket calender with me, to track my periods. A normal menstrual is supposed to come every twenty-eight to thrity-one days. If you come earlier or later than this, don't sweat it. Everyone's body is a little different.
periods could happen twice in one month, but the next month, you might miss
You will probably have one next month. It sounds like you are having irregular periods. Going on the birth-control pill can often help sort this out and make your periods more regualr.
a hard stomach and twin periods in one month mean you have twins on board.
Not everone has three periids a month. I have atleast one every two months abd i never know when the next one will come.
Yes, all girls can skip their period... its relativly normal.. sometimes girls have their period one month and skip like 2 months until they get there next it definatly depends on the person tooo
No, your period will not become heavier than normal if you take Advil one month and not the next. Taking Advil will not effect your periods in this way.
Sometimes a woman's period is irregular. They could have their period one month, skip the next, then get it again. This happens more when women are just getting their period (more in teenage years)
No it is not bad, as some ladies have a heavy period for one month and then a light one or they may have two heavy periods and then one light one also.
Being late 3 days is nothing. It can even skip a month all naturally. The body is not always on the clock.
First of all periods last 5-7 days not 30...you do not have two periods in one month STUPID!!
You can skip a month of work without getting in trouble, by simply applying for an annual leave of one month.
That's perfectly normal. During the first one to two years, periods can be very irregular. You may skip one or two months, or have one light period, and a heavy one next. If you miss more than three periods in a row, though, I suggest seeing your doctor.