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Why has my period stopped?

By August 2, 2009 - 2:15pm
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OK, so i'm 15, and have never sex before, so of course im not pregnant. But the last period i've had was in march.Usually my periods are quite heavy and last 7-9 days. They started when I was 11 and arent usually on time, like I have one, then in 2 months I have another, then in 3 weeks i have another. But its been 5 months so Im kinda scared. :C Can anyone help please?

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Hi1 Im 30 years old , and have missed my period for the last 2 months, what could the problem be , I have done 2 pregnancy tests, and its negetive, I have been stressed out , can this cause me to miss my period, if not , what could it be

August 17, 2009 - 6:22am
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Hi Beck 15...Thanks for coming to EmpowHer to ask your question. Hmm... sounds like you need to be seen by a gynecologist. I don't like the fact you have a period and then go for a few months or many weeks before having another one. There are so many questions I want to ask you. There are a lot of factors which can play into why your periods are erratic, especially if you haven't had sex yet. Is there someone at home you can discuss this with?

I know are moderators are going to chime in to help you find the answers you need. Sometimes, diet, exercise and stress can all reek havoc on your body. Especially, when it comes to your hormones. Let's see what the moderators come up with.

If you're willing to give me a little bit more information, we can probably all be of more help to you in terms of resources etc...

Hope this helps. Hang in there..Let's see what resources we can come up with for you.

Best in health,

August 2, 2009 - 2:25pm
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