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How long is a normal cycle. Do I count from the first day of my last period to the next time I start?
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Yes from start to the following start
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First day of bleeding is Day 1.  First day of bleeding the following month is new Day 1.  

If you have only a little spotting in the evening, start the next day.
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A "normal" cycle is anywhere from 25-32 days. That being said, it's really about what's normal for you.
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