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| 30/12 2013 00:55
If you are worried, go see a doctor. It is my opinion that since you are active and seem to be in a low-to-normal body weight, that your cycle is reduced. If you are on birth control, that can delay/stop your cycle too. It is not uncommon for athletes to have reduced or no cycle for some time as long as you are active and have a low body fat or BMI. I would make sure you are eating the proper amount and right amount of calories. Again, consult a doctor for exact advice.
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