I think there are some of us who never in life regulate. Notice and record for the doctor, color, consistency, appx. Amount, and the health of your daughter when this is going on. Is she in pain, nauseated, does she eat more or less, drink more or less fluids? It has been known for very young girls to have problems in the body and that area, but not frequently. I would base more concern on her blood count. Is she less active during this time? I would really hate at age eleven to have the uncomfortable tests the Doctor may do, but I would just watch her, let her know it is important to tell you if she experiences any of the above mentioned, and ask her to count pads and note amount, and COLOR. That is important because dark may represent old, which can poison the system, or bright which can lower her blood count. Hopefully she is just going through an adjustment period and will become more consistent soon. Wishing you well
My sister is 9 YEARS OLD!!!! AND having a period...is this not ABNORMAL?
It is a form of irregular period because of imbalance of progesterone which regulates the amount and length of bleeding in periods. You should get her checked by a doctor.
You need to have her checked by a dr. One that you see yourself for this kind of problems
I have 6 children and my oldest daughter is having the same problem and it is very normal within the first year to br irregular. Just make sure she is eating right, and a vitamin supplement wouldn't hurt, preferably containing iron.
This is really normal for someone just starting there period I started off having regular periods straight away but then they changed to every 14 days but then they soon evened out to a normal cycle. Some women though have a very short cycle so its definitely nothing to worry about although it may be horrible, she will just have to wait and see if they even out. If not I'm sure the doctor will be able 2 prescribe something to help
This is due to the fact that she is not having ovulation. Bleeding is only estrogenic without progesterone. No treatment is recommended until biphasic cycle is established. You should get her to a doctor for ultrasound to find out any organic cause.