I started PMS, I am 12 years old but they did not go 5 days as it should and a 7. This is normal ?
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Answered on March 27, 2015 11:57
You do not accidentally confuse PMS and monthly? PMS is a premenstrual syndrome, which can have different symptoms from a bad mood and a sore head to a pulling pain in the lower abdomen. PMS usually begins a couple of days before menstruation, and he testifies to their early beginning. Monthly themselves can last from 3 to 7 days. If the term is slightly increased from 5 to 7 days, then there is nothing to worry about if you did not feel worse.
Answered on March 27, 2015 23:29
You are only 12, so this is normal. Your body is still rebuilding, so the period can not only lengthen, but also shrink. Sometimes they are not for several months. In such cases, you need to consult a doctor. If the sexual signs appeared at least once, then you are fruitful, so nothing will happen to you if you visit the appropriate doctor in time.
Answered 8 august 2015 21:25
Maybe monthly? PMS is premenstrual syndrome, when irritability and other troubles begin a few days before menstruation. If they came to you not so long ago, at 12 or 11, then this is normal. At the beginning, CDs can go on 7 or 10 days, and then they are gradually established. If they do not disappear for several months and there is no heavy bleeding, coupled with terrible state of health, then everything is fine.
Answered 10 may 07:37
If you have premenstrual syndrome, then you should contact the specialists. They will be able to accurately diagnose and, if necessary, to prescribe the correct treatment. Do not pull with such questions and take care of your health.