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The last date of my period was July 4th, and now it is july 25 and my period has started today.

I had intercourse about a week ago(protection and everything. Nothing went wrong) and i was ovualation after the fact and i am not spotting because i flow is really heavy, just like a normal period.

Is this normal?


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Periods can take years in some cases to totally normalize and develop a set cycle. Before that, cycles can be shorter or longer depending on your own body and external influences (stress, for example, can delay a period, as can a sudden change in diet and exercise).

As long as it appears to be a normal period, then it shouldn't be anything to worry about.

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