Haven't had my period in 5 months?

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  • Haven't had my period in 5 months?


Answer #1 | 29/12 2013 22:22
Only your doctor can't help you with that. they need to do tests and no opinion here can tell you what to expect sorry :-(
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Answer #2 | 29/12 2013 22:32
Sounds like something is wrong with your birth control
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Answer #3 | 29/12 2013 22:39
Visit a doctor as soon as possible. The doctor will probably do few examinations or give you birth control (it makes your periods regular, prevents pregnancy etc. Birth control doesnt have to have side effects, but of course, first 3 months of taking it is for your body to adapt. It doesnt mean you will have all possible side effects, you might not even have any, all up to your body). I am overweight too and i had problems with my period. I visited a doctor, she told me everything was o.k and she gave me birth contol. Now everything is perfect. I'd recommend a healthy diet, not so strict, but still diet + do some exercises, but firstly, visit a doctor. Remember you are only 14 yars old and irregular periods are pretty normal at this age. Normally it should become regular until you are 16-18, so dont worrie. But ... if i were you id still visit the doctor, just to make sure everything is ok. I hope i helped a little :)
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Answer #4 | 30/12 2013 00:06
I strongly suggest taking the birth control pill, it will regulate your periods and make everything a lot easier. If your doctor suggested it then it really is the right thing to do. Tell your mother that the best thing for you is to go on the pill, there are not that many side effects and there are a lot of benefits, like regulating periods, reduces period pains, lighter bleeding, you are able to skip it if you wish, protects you from unwanted pregnancy, and it can even make your skin better! It can also be stopped at any time if you or your mother are not happy. That is my suggestion but if your mother still resists then see another doctor about alternate options.
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