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hi if you want your period to come normal take vitex agnus-castus helps reduce the frequency and severity of premenstrual symptoms including tension irritability,mood swings,breast tenderness,acne,abdominal bloating and pelvic congestion.promotes a healthy menstrual cycle .assists in the management of mild to moderate acne in male and female.it also help you to get pregnant .this herbal vitex help me lot to get my period back and now am pregnant.the reson my period was not coming for 6 mnths coz i had birth control pills.

June 20, 2013 - 5:41pm
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Anonymous

Hi,
I am 29 yrs old. i have absence of periods from last 2 to 3 yrs.
i must have to take medicine for periods otherwise it doesnt come.
i have PCOS problem.
You please help me to cure this problem so i can be pregnent....
I have consulted doctor and done all test and check up, and also i am taking medicines from last 5 months but no result yet. i am in too much tension now.
please help me and reply me fast...

April 7, 2013 - 9:46am
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Anonymous

Hi

Im 27years old and i got married in april2012, im having irregular periods from past 8years means it would be like 40-50days etc bt after marriage i consulted docter so she gave me medicines for geting regular periods and it worked.But last time i dnt take the medicines i didnt get period from almost 4months (last period came in sep 2012).

I did so many tests and scans and everything is normal nd im nt pregnant as well so they suggested me to do exercise and im working on it.

I just want to know whether i have chances of getting pregnent with this irregular periuods r not.

Please help me

December 20, 2012 - 3:11am
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Anonymous

hi i am jessa 21 years of age..Ive missed 3 months menstrual cycle,,can you please help me how to have a regular menstrual cycle..im so worried about it..im not pregnant..

August 27, 2011 - 1:43pm
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Hi i'm 28 years old.I have one child .Every month i have 5 days delayed menturation.why this like coming.pls rly .

July 31, 2011 - 10:17pm
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I am 23 years old. In oct, my period was on 14th, In nov and dec, it was 14 again. My menstrual cycle has always been 30days. But,in January, i got on 17th. But, in februray, I havent got my periods yet. it is 25th of this month and it has been 38 days. I am single.

I am worried why is it so that I didnt get my mensus till now this month.Please tell me what should I do?It will really be helpful.

February 24, 2011 - 11:54am
Alison Beaver (reply to Anonymous)

Calculating your period by an exact date is not the best method, as you are finding out! You said your period is always 30 days, yet it is always occurring on the 14th of the month. You will quickly see that your period will fall on a different date, as months have different number of days: 30, 31 or 28 (for this month).

A normal range for a cycle is between 21-35 days. Your period can fluctuate, and this is completely healthy and normal, as long as you are not having any other symptoms (and are not expecting pregnancy as a factor). Hormonal contraceptive can help regulate your period (for some women), and you did not mention if you are using birth control pills or any type of hormonal contraception.

What should you do? Wait until it has been 35 days, and your period will most likely have started by then. If you have any symptoms, call your doctor.

February 24, 2011 - 12:55pm
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i am having irregular periods 4 last 2 years am 21 now.. wat can i do am worrying lot bcz it make affect my future or not pls guide me wat i do...

February 25, 2010 - 8:23am
Alison Beaver (reply to Anonymous)

Can you provide us with more information?
You said you've been having irregular periods for the last two years. What is "irregular", and what was "regular" before the last two years?

How old are you, and how long have you had your period?
Are you using any type of hormonal contraception (birth control pills, for example)?

I'm not understanding what you mean by, "it may affect my future". In what way?

February 25, 2010 - 3:04pm
Diane Porter

Hi, Maria,

Welcome to EmpowHER, and thank you so much for your question.

First of all, I am so very sorry about your miscarriage. I am sure the last half year has been an emotional rollercoaster for you, and that's always so very difficult.

Your cycles are clearly trying to regulate themselve after the pregnancys, but it sounds like your hormones are not quite there yet. Hormones can be disrupted for a few months after a lost pregnancy. Here's what fertiitycommunity.com has to say:

"Miscarriage is not only emotionally upsetting, it disrupts your hormonal system. Your body was charging up with all of its hormonal might to carry a baby and then, suddenly, it no longer needed to continue with that effort. The sudden shift in hormones can wreak havoc on what may have been the most regular ovulation/menstrual cycles.

"For that reason, you should not expect your cycles to immediately return to "normal," that is, whatever normal is for your body, very soon. Some women do experience a relative stabilizing of their cycles very quickly. Others find that their cycles are forever changed after a miscarriage. Unfortunately, there's not much a woman can do to predict these changes."

Many women return to a more regular cycle after about three months. Are you ready to try to conceive again? Are you trying to track your ovulation? Do you know how to do that or can I help with more information?

January 20, 2010 - 9:54am
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