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Asked by Dymondsnpearls23

Q: If my period doesn't come on the same exact day each month, is it irregular?

It is supposed to come on the 17th of the month, but some months it will be the 20th, or the 19th, or 21st. It came on May 17th, then not at all in June, and then it came on July 22nd. Is that considered irregular?

This question was asked Aug. 9, 2011 6:58pm
Category: Cycles & Ovulation

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Answered by purplesnapdragons - Aug. 12, 2011 1:29pm
That sounds perfectly normal. Stress, travel and other factors can affect the length of your cycle. Assuming you aren't on BC, I would be very surprised if every cycle was EXACTLY the same length. And as another poster mentioned, not every month has the same number of days and most have more than 28 so the date number should change every month.

Skipping June is kind of odd though. If you want more information on your cycle, you should consider taking yoru BBT.

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Answered by a member - Aug. 9, 2011 8:08pm
Most women have a 28 day cycle so count from the first day of your last cycle 28 days , some months a cycle can vary a few days either early or late.
they have a great tool on here to calculate your average cycle length. so it makes it easier to figure out aprox when Af will arrive.

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Answered by respectxbrandnew - Aug. 9, 2011 7:40pm
Your period not coming in June isn't regular, but it happens. I've skipped months or have been a week or two late. Your cycle should normally be a consistent length. Since not every month has the same number of days, (even if your cycle was exactly 30 days) your period won't start on the same day every month. This is normal. My cycle ranges from 31-35 days, so every month is a different day.
Hope this helps!

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