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Kimyitgirl: Question.Can a woman have two periods in one month and get another in the following month?

By Anonymous October 18, 2014 - 9:44pm
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Kimyitgirl: I got my period the first of September 2014 and it lasted for five days. However, it came again on the 28th of September and lasted for five days. It finished on October 2. I was wondering if i will get a period again for October and when will it come. It is apparent i have a 24. Day cycle. Thanks much

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Hi Kimyitgirl and welcome to EmpowHER:

A normal cycle is considered anywhere between 21 and 35 days - the average is about 28 days.  If your cycle falls between 21 and 35 days that's not an indication of a problem.

Keep in mind that ovulation, the time when a woman is fertile) occurs mid cycle, this averages to around day 14 every month, give or take several days before and after. If a woman has unprotected sex around this time, she may get pregnant. A woman who has unprotected sex has about a 20% chance of pregnancy every month.

Hope this helps,


October 19, 2014 - 10:14am

Yes you can get it sometimes, it seems like your period cycle was completed. As you said that it was 24 days cycle,that's why you got it twice in a month. Its normal, so don't worry about it. Periods depends upon how much long is your cycle. So you got your periods accordingly.

So don't worry about it. Its normal :)

October 19, 2014 - 12:13am
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