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22 May 2010
So, my periods have been a bit irregular lately. till February, my periods were fine, I would have it at the beggining of the month or so. cyle was 29 days long.
but then something changed in February. it was late-I got it on 16th.
March was even worse. I've never experienced such pain, my usual painkillers weren't doing the trick. it came even later-on 22nd
April was better than March but unexpected. it was a bit early-17th
and now, it's 22nd May and I still don't have my period.
by my calcualtions, February-March cycle was 35 days long (edge of the normal cycle), then March-April was 28 days which is normal, but then here's April-May, it's been 36 days already.
I read it could be stress, and I'm sure it was, I didn't eat or sleep well, I had some problems, but now is everything okay so I don't understand anything anymore. so should I go to gynecologist and let him see if everything is okay?
Remark-I didn't have any sexual intercourses, and I got my period when I was 12.
Posted on 22 May 2010
I reeally dunno.......... I got my period in October last year and by now, I only had it four times, but I should have it almost eight times now.... I don't worry cause I'm practically on the beginning but u should of had it regularly...... Dunno u could visit a gynecologist just to be sure but first think about have u been stressed lately...... It could be cause of stress but sometimes it could be something worse... Don't wanna scare u, a gynecologist will know it the best........
Posted on 23 May 2010
i would skip my period for months at a time if i was sick.
yes stress can cause it to change.
and really there are quite a few birthcontrols that can help regulate and decrease the pain that can be involved with some periods.
it's probly just you and it's just changeing cause your so young but it's prefectly fine to get checked out and maybe talk about the options with the dr and your mom about trying a birth control that could help
Yeah I started mine two years ago when I was 11 so it hasn't been long enough for me to be regular so I don't really keep track of when mine comes. But I never hurts to get it checked out. I would suggest going.
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