Period

I am 14 years old, and I got my period for the first time in January. I had it for 3 months, so until March, and then it stopped. It has now been 4 months since I have had my last period, and I'm getting a little concerned. Is this normal? Should I not be worried? Thank you!

It is not unusual for periods to be irregular for the first couple of years. 

If you have had sex and there is any chance you could be pregnant then that is cause for concern.

Otherwise you can expect your period to start and  stop 

If you have any ongoing concern schedule an appointment with your primary care provider or Call Corner Health Center to schedule  

Trying to conceive. Started my period a day and a half early. It started at night medium. The next full day it was heavy. Then the next 2 days it was light and ended super light pink. Lasted 4 days total. Thoughts?

Sounds like a regular period.

I am not on birth control but I had sex raw. He did not cum in me and I wiped on the tip before putting it in to make sure that there was none already on it. We didn't do it very long but I wouldn't know if any precum got in me or not even with wiping the tip off before. He was no where near finishing. Two days later a little less then 48 hours I took a plan b. I was suppose to be on my period around the time we did it but I know it will be late due to the pill. 5 days after I took the plan b I was getting discharge that was brown and kinda looked like it has clotting in it but there was no blood. Should I be concerned.

Anytime you have unprotected sex you are at risk of pregnancy.  The use of Plan B helps to decrease that risk. 

If you are concerned about possibly being pregnant you can take a home pregnancy test, see your primary care provider or call Corne Health Center. 
If you have abnormal discharge it is recommended that you be evaluated and tested for possible infection. 
If I had unprotected sex on the 9th and 10th and my period is the 18th is it possible that I'm pregnant.

If you have unprotected sex you are at risk for pregnancy. If you do not start your period and you are concerned, please take a home pregnancy test or contact your primary care provider or the Corner.

I've been on the depo shot for 3-4 years now on time with all my shots and had sex and no pull out method, its been a week and still no bleeding could I be pregnant?

Many people on depo do not have regular periods. If you have had your shots on time you would be protected against pregnancy. Check out this Depo FAQ page for more information. 

If you are concerned you can do a home pregnancy test, contact the Corner, or your primary care provider for a pregnancy test.
I usually have my period every 4th week of the month. However, April of this year, I skipped. Come by May, from 4th week it went to the 2nd week. By June, had sex a day before the expected period. Pulled out method was done. But, I'm worried as today is my 6th day delay. Am I risk of getting pregnant? I've also been stress these past few weeks. Please enlighten me. Thank you.

Anytime you have unprotected sex you are at risk of pregnancy. Also there are other reasons for delayed periods. If you are concerned you may be pregnant you can get a home pregnancy test, call your primary care provider, or Corner Health Center. 

Check out the Period 101 document to learn more about changes in periods. 

Hi, ever since I first got my period they have been extremely heavy, painful, too the point I can't function for those 7 days and I pass out. For years now I have been taking Cyklokapron 500mg to lessen the heaviness which has helped a lot, I constantly take pain relief which only takes the edge off and recently I've went on the pill to try and help. I also use a heat pack nonstop. I don't know what to do about this, is this a common situation? Is it normal for periods to be so bad? Any advice? Thanks.
Unfortunately, some women have painful long, heavy periods. The hormone pill will often help with the discomfort and length of your period.  If the problem persists there are other options. 
Schedule a follow up appointment with your primary care provider, a gynecologist or at Corner Health Center.
I had my period on the 4th may and I had a protected sex on the 18th now my period is late does that mean I'm pregnant?

There are other reasons for your period to be late.  If you used protection that greatly reduces the chance . If your period is more than a week late take an at home pregnancy test or call Corner health to make an appointment to get a pregnancy test.

My daughter had irregular periods , no pain, she is 12 years now . She got her periods when she was 11 . But when her next period came , she had cramps why ?

It is not usual for periods to be irregular for the first couple of years. It is also not abnormal for it to change over time. Check out the Period 101 page - If there are concerns please schedule an appointment with your daughter's primary care provider or at Corner Health Center.

I had sex on march 27th i had my period after that and lasts until april 2, and on april 20s i got my period but why am I delayed this month May and i have some pregnancy symptoms?
There are many reasons why periods can be irregular/unpredictable. 
It is important to rule out pregnancy and infection.  
Schedule an appointment with your primary care provide or with Corner Health Center.

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