I Haven't Had A My Period In About 2 Months What's Wrong With Me? Is It Normal Or Not?


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Roger Clegg Profile
Roger Clegg answered
If you have not had a period for two months, firstly you could be pregnant.  Take a pregnancy test, you can do this by either using a home test which involves a urine test or you can arrange an appointment with your doctor.

If you are young and have just started your period, it is normal for them to be irregular. If you have no reason to fear pregnancy, then it is nothing to worry much about. Some girls take a long time for their periods to get on a regular cycle, others become regular fairly quickly.

Things like stress, diet, physical activity, and weight can all affect your period so always ensure you eat balanced meals and exercise regularly.  It might be to do with your hormone levels or a lack of iron in your blood, if so take some iron vitamins. Alternatively, you may be able to take birth control pills in order to help regulate your periods.

Usually a period is when blood leaves the womb through the vagina as the eggs do not fertilise in the ovary canals. It happens approximately every 28 days, although anywhere between 24 and 35 days is also common so do not panic if you are a few days late. A period is part of a woman's menstrual cycle and starts from around the time you reach your 12th birthday.

Your menstrual cycle begins on the first day of bleeding, and it continues up to, but not including, the first day of your next period.  It is possible for periods to begin between the ages of eight and 16 years old, but they most commonly start around the age of 12. Your periods will continue until the menopause, which usually takes place between the ages of 45 and 55.

If you have any further concerns regarding your period, then you should consult your doctor.
Donna Profile
Donna answered
You need to go to the Doctor... When I was 23 I went 9 months without having a period... After me and my now husband met I went to the doctor to see about birth control and told her what was going on. Come to find out I had hyperthyroidism which controls your metabolism. It still to this day makes my periods irregular but it did come back.... I havent had any children but I am a little overweight and thats an issue too. If it is your thyroids it is treatable but you do have to go to the doctor to get it treated. You could go to your OB first and let them know whats going on then they can refer you to an endocrinologist which is a thyroid doctor... You'd be amazed at how many women have this problem. It is more Common than you'd think....
Deborah Wacker Profile
Deborah Wacker answered
If you are 100% sure your not pregnant then it is ok for you to be late on your period. Sometimes things in your life will cause you to do this, such as stress. I would give it another week then call the Dr if you haven't started by then.
Ellie Hoe Profile
Ellie Hoe answered
Absence of periods for more than 2 years is a condition that requires many investigations and examinations to find out cause. You should have written your age and previous cycle history in your question. Many medical conditions can cause this long term absence of periods. Following are some most common causes.
  1. Poly cystic ovarian disease
  2. Hormonal imbalance
  3. Pituitary gland problems
  4. Thyroid gland problems
  5. Use of hormonal birth control methods
  6. Use of medicines like corticosteroids and antidepressants
  7. Chronic illness
  8. Overweight
  9. Excessive exercise
  10. Stress
  11. Anxiety and other psychological problems
You should get complete gynecological examination and many laboratory and radiological tests to fined out out accurate cause and proper treatment.
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Anonymous commented
I am eleven and I think it is my poly cystic ovarian that is causing. My problems if your right
Suhail Ajmal Profile
Suhail Ajmal answered
You can be pregnant as all the symptoms suggest you. Every pregnancy is unique. If you are not feeling any pain then there is no problem with it. But make an ultrasound after 3 months and that will clear many things to you. Keep in touch with your doctor.
Suhail Ajmal Profile
Suhail Ajmal answered
There can be two reasons for your missed periods.
1- Pregnancy
2-Irregular Period

As you said that you are still virgin then the point one is of no importance. You are experiencing irregular period like many other women due to some hormonal imbalance, stress, medication or exercise. There can also be other possible reasons for this. I suggest you to see your doctor for proper check up and treatment.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
If you have been exercising a lot more in your daily life you body could put it off as it has no time for it.I once started swimming quite regularly and my body had no time for my period so I didnt get it for 8 months
Kare Bear Profile
Kare Bear answered
There's several causes to missed periods other than pregancy, but you say you're way too young to be pregnant, if you're getting your period, you can become pregnant. So do ask yourself that question if it is possible. Other reasons are also if you are an athlete, say a gymnast, sometimes when you to a lot of exercise or are extremely thin you can miss periods. If it continues, I would contact your doctor, sometimes there are medical reasons to miss your period where you can be tested for a few things by bloodwork.
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Anonymous commented
I am 13 years old . N i started my period a few years ago.
But i haven't had a period since december n its now february.
Is there something wrong? Or does this jest happen ?
Please someone tell me . N no i have NEVER had sex so i know that ain't it.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I know that you don't want to check it out. The thing is, most women experience irregular periods, as hormones fluctuate and change all the time.
Worrying about it can make it even worse - stress can do many terrible things to the body.
I would recommend, seeing it has been for such a long time, going to a doctor. If there is something wrong, they can treat it straight away, and less complications would be involved than waiting it out until something else goes wrong. 
If you are experiencing any pain, you should definitely go to a doctor and have it checked out.
Inluv Pomerich Profile
Inluv Pomerich answered
Your periods are not regular! You have irregular periods. This means you have started your period less than three years ago. But all girls will eventually become regular. This means you will get it a the same point of time every month, it will last the same amount of days too. Sometimes if you are exercising you may skip a day of a period. Unless you are sexually active, you may be pregnant! Hope I helped!
Sinead Profile
Sinead answered
I also havent had my period in 2 months and I'm so scared about it even tho I havent had sex yet it could be a med reason but I'm so scared ill get it at the wrong place in the wrong clothes etc I havent been stressed so thats not the reason I have never been this later in my life before I'm scared...

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