AnGeLtHuGsTa answered Monday October 4 2004, 3:25 pm: Of course!!! Through out your teens, your period isn't always going to have a perfect schedule of when it's coming or for how long. Until your probably in you late 20s, 30s. Your just starting to get your period, your body is going through some changes of puberty. So that's why, don't sweat it. [ AnGeLtHuGsTa's advice column | Ask AnGeLtHuGsTa A Question ]
Siren_Cytherea answered Monday October 4 2004, 12:14 am: Sweetheart, almost anything odd can be considered normal for your first period, lol. I think my first period lasted about two days...Your periods will probably be irregular for a number of years unless you go on a birth control pill, which will regulate your cycle whether you need/want it to or not.
Lol Hope this helped!
-Siren =) [ Siren_Cytherea's advice column | Ask Siren_Cytherea A Question ]
tender_hearts_x answered Sunday October 3 2004, 8:20 pm: yeah from what i know it is normal.. that happened to my best friend.. she got it for only 2 or 3 days and then didnt get it for a few months.. and then after that it started getting normal i think? so yeah i think thats pretty normal.. it happens to alot of people.. dont worry about it.. if your still really worried try talking to someone ( girl ) that you feel comfortable around. hope i helped you!
-->> Danielle <3 [ tender_hearts_x's advice column | Ask tender_hearts_x A Question ]
xoRustyChick09ox answered Sunday October 3 2004, 6:41 pm: Yes this is completley normal! Every girl is different. Some girls can last up to 9 days and as little as two (like you) but since this is your first period your flow is still irregular, which means the length of your flow will vary among the number of days as you grow. Although your concerned, and if you want to learn more about periods and how they flow ask your mom, a doctor, or there is this really good website on the topic you can reach at www.BeingGirl.com . Well I hoped I helped! Later! [ xoRustyChick09ox's advice column | Ask xoRustyChick09ox A Question ]
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