It has been 2 weeks and 2 days and I still have my period. Is there something wrong with me? Do I need to go to a doctor? I am kinda sexually active, I have done it with my boyfriend only 3 times, only him, did he give me something, but we use protection can you please help me? Rate 5 for all good useful answers.
FLiP4DaStArZ09 answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:11 pm: That seems like quite a while... id talk to your mom if i were you, or go to a doctor... If you dont want to do either, im sure if you google it, you could get an answer, like, type in 2 week period or irregular periods and see what happens... hope i helped!! [ FLiP4DaStArZ09's advice column | Ask FLiP4DaStArZ09 A Question ]
Nyx answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:10 pm: Sometimes periods last longer if your progesterone levels are low. It happened to me once... had my period for three weeks. The doctor put me on a different birth control and it made everything right again. I suggest you look into Ortho Cyclen, not only will it help your period regulate, but you'll also be needing it since you are sexually active.
Chocolate also helps to increase progesterone levels... so you can try eating a lot of chocolate while you're waiting to get on the Birth Control.
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EvilOompa answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 5:49 pm: sometimes things like this happpen, so dont worry about it unless it goes on for to much longer. If its still going in like, 3-5 days, you should ask someone like your mom or a doctor. I dont think its anything to worry about just yet though
amby869 answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 5:06 pm: I really think that you should go see a doctor. If you are having sex you should see a doctor yearly anyway. But sometimes when you have sex or just start puberty, your periods get eregular. I dont know how old you are so i dont know, but you should go to a doctor. [ amby869's advice column | Ask amby869 A Question ]
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