Does Having Two Periods In One Month Mean That You Are Pregnant? I Had A Period July 1-4 And I Recently Started My Second Cycle This Month July 28


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Roger Clegg answered
Your cycle is perfectly in sync, and there is no need to worry. Multiple periods give a lesser likelihood of pregnancy. If you have your period the chances that you are pregnant are miniscule, despite reports that pregnancy can arise during menstruation; the worry is with missing the period. Having a period is dictated by bleeding in the uterus. This occurs when its lining (named the endometrium) breaks down due to failure of implantation (ie. No embryos have been planted). Having regular menstrual cycles is a sign that important parts of your body are working normally. See a doctor if you have not started having periods after three years of secondary characteristics of sexual growth (including breast and hair growth); the period is referred to as an example of a primary characteristic. As a girl matures and enters puberty, the pituitary gland releases hormones that stimulate the ovaries to produce other hormones called oestrogen and progesterone. These hormones have many effects on a girl's body, including physical maturation, growth, and emotions. About once a month, ovulation occurs: A tiny egg leaves one of the ovaries and travels down one of the fallopian tubes toward the uterus. In the days before ovulation, the hormone oestrogen stimulates the uterus to build up its lining with extra blood and tissue, making the walls of the uterus thick and cushioned. This happens to prepare the uterus for pregnancy: If the egg is fertilized by a sperm cell, it travels to the uterus and attaches to the cushiony wall of the uterus, where it slowly develops into a baby. This is how pregnancy is known. Pregnancy has occurred when a period is missed and the lining has not broken down; always check with an over-the-counter kit that an egg has fertilized. If the egg isn't fertilized, though, it doesn't attach to the wall of the uterus. The blood, tissue, and unfertilized egg leave the uterus, going through the vagina on the way out of the body. Menstrual cramps often become less uncomfortable and sometimes even disappear completely as a girl gets older.
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Anonymous answered
I had two periods last month, one in the beginning of June and then again at the end of June. I have been urinating much more than usual, I am tired regardless of how many hours I sleep and my breasts seem larger to both my husband and I. Can I be pregnant?
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Mel Will answered
So I'm 21 and I think I'm having 2 periods in one month. I got off my period 12 days ago and it was heavy the first two days and the last three there was barely anything, at that time I was stressed out. 12 days later I'm back on my period because it was extremely heavy yesterday, and I have no cramps, am bloated, but my breasts are sore which is common a week before I start my regular period which however, is supposed to start in a week and a half. This is the first time this has happened to me, so will I also get my regular period in a week or what? I'm going on vacation soon and I don't want to worry.
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Anonymous answered
Probably not.  Your period stopping the day after sex is not a sign of's to soon for that.  Also, IF you're pregnant and have implantation bleeding mid-cycle, it should be a very light pink.  I would wait until your next period is due (calculating from the first one last month) and if it doesn't show, take a test.
Ilovemysoldier Spc. Bewley Profile
NO you ARE NOT pregnant most times that will happen if you don't wait a couple of days after your period I know that has happen to me before.. But if your not trying to get pregnant use condoms or go on the pill..but the best thing is use both or just don't have sex! You will be fine!!
Suhail Ajmal Profile
Suhail Ajmal answered
No. Having one or more periods in a month is a sign of irregular period. A women can have 3 periods in a month or one period in the whole year. It all happens due to hormonal imbalance. To get some information about irregular periods, visit this link.
Lisa Marie Halsey Muniz Profile
Most likely if you are having a period you are not pregnant.  Not that it is not possible you can always take a test but most likely you aren't.  If you are having irregular cycles your doctor needs to put you on birth control or a progesterone to help regulate your cycles which will help.  You are probably experiencing a hormonal imbalance of some kind as the previous answer mentioned.  I would say go see the doctor or go to your local planned parenthood they can help you regulate your cycles.  Good luck and take care.  I am a medical assistant I hope this helps a bit.
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destiny smith answered
I'm 14 yrs old..... And this is my first year having a period...and I played basketball for almost two months....and the whole time I didn't have a period....and  now I started up again...and this month (January) I had a period @ the beginning of the month.....and now I'm having a second period at the end...and this one is much heavier....I told my mom...she said it might have happened to her....but she's not sure....what should I do?...I'm not sexually I can't possibly be pregnant...pls help!!!
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Anonymous answered
I had a period on august six and my period came back on august 31 after I had sex later on that day and it stayed on longer then normal please help me
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Anonymous answered
More than likely you are not pregnant when you get pregnant you will notice some slight bleeding possibly which is implantation spotting. But two in one month no you are not pregnant but you never know for sure unless you take a pregnancy test.

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