When Is My Next Period Due?

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There is no proven scientific way to predict the exact start date of your next period. During the first two years of your period, it's normal for cycles to be irregular and not follow the 28-day cycle. After two years, however, irregularity could signal a hormonal imbalance.
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Most women get a period every 28 days from the beginning of the last period. If you look at a calendar and count 28 days from the first day of your last cycle this can help determine
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Many women find it difficult to keep up with their ever changing menstrual cycle patterns. Keeping a calendar may help to ease concerns of when to expect the next menstrual period
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I have never heard of anything like this but you need to talk to the doctor about this one . I was personally say when you stop taking this pill that you will start. Cause you say
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It isn't something that you can really predict, especially if you have a tendency to be irregular. Obviously, 28 days after the 13th should give you plenty of time, but there is nothing
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A woman's period usually arrives approximately every 28 days. It can come a little earlier or a few days late if your cycle is changing.
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