Missing any amount of periods, even if it's just one, can be an indication of pregnancy. If you miss your period, take an EPT (pregnancy test) right away. If you take the test and it's negative, consult your family doctor. There can always be serious issues that are the reason to missed periods.
you have either 1 too many or 1 few periods; two periods means a typo or it means you just have two periods in a row which is open to the imagination, as no standard meaning is accepted.. I am making my point twice..
WAY too many!
No. Missing periods are an indication of pregnancy, not having too many.
Yes it is. Our bodies change every 7 years and much of it is hormonal. Sometimes stress may be the cause of it. The only time you should worry about it is if you miss too many periods or you are having too many periods, bad cramping (if you usually don't have it) then see a doctor. The birth control pill/patch can also cause this.
No, it can be detected when you miss your first period.
I miss Ceylon too. :(
"I miss you too" is "Yo también te extraño"
Some reasons..... (1) Lost too much weight. Body stops periods if you have too low body fat. (2) stress (3) recent illness
See a doctor and see how far you are. It is too late for morning after pill so either an abortion or termination.
'I miss you too' is in Dutch 'Ik mis jou ook'.
If you miss a pill, it is common to have more irregular spotting. Spotting is also common while taking the pill in between periods. If it gets too heavy or irregular or you are still concerned, you should take to your doctor about it.
when you too stressed you can skip your periods
Yes, it is very common for a teen to miss her period more than once, common for everyone.In your teens your menstrual cycles can be very irregular because it takes time for your body to reach a point where it is mature enough to ovulate on a regular basis, also while you're developing your hormones will be irregular so cause irregular cycles too. If you miss more than three periods in a row it's a good idea to talk to your doctor just to make sure there's nothing wrong.
It's because your body hasn't properly developed yet causing your periods to be irregular, also if you're small for your age this causes them to be irregular too. try not too worry too much as I'm 17 and mine are still irregular
the name contains too many points/periods.
The Spanish teacher
The word row is both a noun and a verb. Examples: Noun: He planted a row of tulips along the walk. Verb: I'm too tired to row the canoe today.
Probably that I would miss him too.
It sounds like row, row, row your boat. This is a hard row to hoe. Too - mor- ro
The intensity of a sneeze may burst a blood vessel in one sneeze.
I'm assuming you're talking about menstrual periods, despite the "periodic table" classification. You probably have a hormone disorder, which can be caused by many reasons. One prominent reason is in those with food disorders. Those with food disorders are those that are either bullemic or anorexic because the lack of nutrients in the blood can cause those with eating disorders to miss their periods on account of no nutrients to replenish the blood, which in turn does not replenish the brain, and the brain sends mixed messages to the other systems in the body because it is not getting the nutrients it needs. Also, any hormone disorders, where a woman has either too much or too little of estrogren, progesterone, or testosterone can cause a woman to miss her period.
Say, "Why do you miss me; the sex wasn't even that great." And tell them how you're kidding and you miss them lots too. Answer You say, I Miss You Too! And I am happy that you miss me too.It lets me know you care about me. You can also say, I very much look forward to seeing you again.
Just say i miss you too :)
Hon, everyone is scared when they have a problem and have to go to the doctor, but sitting around and worrying about it just makes things worse. It may be nothing at all. Young women from the time they start their periods to the age of 16 will often miss months of their periods. Some adult women will miss a period off and on.Women from the age of 38 on can go through peri menopauseandmiss many periods until menopause sets in and their periods stop altogether.You could have an infection of some sort and it's highly doubtful it's cancer and simply something your doctor can diagnose and give you medications for it. Fasting too often, weird diets, Bulimia, Anorexia will all cause the ceasing of periods. Get a trusted girlfriend to go with you for moral support. Get to your doctor, and don't be afraid. It will put your mind at rest! Good luck!