I have normal periods but im two weeks late what could that mean?
with my friend she had a unnormal flow , heavy periods was given birth control to mellow out her cycle , for my sister and the woman's side of my family we have strange issue with our own , an u also have to look into ti that if your still young which i dont know ur period will change until u get a bit older, stress doesnt help thsi either, your body basicly is a moddy thing lol it will change it's self for many reasons if u are sexually active i would get a pregnacy test to be sure and go to doctors . *future refrance kep track of your period mark it on calender .
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