Answer: It can be normal but unexpected bleeding may be indicative of a sexually transmitted disease. If sexual history is uncertain it would be advisable to visit your local Urogenital clinic (anonymously if you so wish) for no questions asked investigation or treatment.The big mistake would be to ignore the problem. In future, it would be much more advisable to employ the use of condoms as an effective prophylactic against STDs.
Answer: usually it means when the lining of your uterus doesent shed normally then your period lasts that long. during normal periods it sheds completely and when it does your period ends. if it doesnt shed properly it will continue to do so until it does but this could take months and u could become anemic. so go to your doctor. they might prescribe birth control to stop the bleeding and to not let that happen again. also iron pills to help build up all that blood. then they might suggest ultrasound. u should go for it. u will see everything and mught find the real reason. so once again go see your doctor and everything will be better.
Answer: Every so many years our bodies change. I highly doubt you are pregnant. I had a baby four months ago and before pregnancy my periods were beginning to change from heavy to light. Be glad you had a light period. Hope for more like that
Answer: not abnormal just thank whoever that you are getting off so lightly lol<P>Normal duration is about 3 to 5 days for most women although some women are 2 days and some unfortunate women are over a week. Periods often change patterns depending on age/ stage of life. <P>If there is any possibility of pregnancy and you are used to having longer periods, it is worth having a pregnancy test. Some women continue to get some bleeding every month during pregnancy, but this can also be a sign of problems or potential miscarriage. <P>Hormonal birth control methods can shorten periods and that is why they are used by women who bleed too often or too long or too heavily.</P> <P>If you have only 3 days a month, feel blessed. But if those 3 days are so heavy you are hesitant to go to school or work, then see a gynecologist or at least a family doctor. My teen daughter found that exercising, especially in the middle of her cycle before PMS started and eating well helped her be regular and less heavy. <P>My mom always said to write on the calendar when periods started and stopped and use a code to record how light or heavy. It is easy to show a doctor a calendar then give vague answers to "When was your last period and how long did it last?" (I can seldom remember on my own.) It sure helps during reproductive years as well when you are not regular and think you might be pregnant.</P>
Answer: When you have spots of blood for 3 days and then your normal periodfor 2 days, it might not mean anything. It depends on how old youare and if you have had made any major changes to your lifestylerecently. It would be normal for your period to be like that ifthey had just started, if you were taking birth control pills or ifyou were starting the menopause. If you had recently gained or losta lot of weight, this can also affect your periods.