I haven't had my period in 6 months and i might habe a uti should i be worried about this?


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2009-07-22 02:30:46
2009-07-22 02:30:46

or you can be pregnant.

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well no you shouldn't be worried everyone is different but if you have not started by 16 and no later then you need to consult a doctor and don't stress about your period trust me its no fun

This could be a lot of things, if you havent long had your first ever period then this is normal, it could also be a sign of a period, low iron etc, if you are worried you should see a doctor

If you want to avoid pregnancy, you should keep taking the pill.

No you should not be worried at all. I just skipped six months and my doctor said I was fine. But if your period is usually right on time you might wanna talk to someone.

And it can't be a gential wart becuz i havent had intercourse

Depends if you want to be pregnant. If not you should be worried...

Yes because u havent a period for 3 months its old blood that never came out the uterus dnt worry i am exactly the same.

you may be starting your period, which is very early at age 11, however, you should speak with a doctor to make sure everything is OK with your body.

most definitely yes, you should be worried and see a doctor immediately!

All it means is that you have an irregular period and it doesn't mean that you are sick or in any way should be worried, but if you are still worried you can see a doctor or talk to someone who you feel comfortable telling. You could try talking to your Mum, or a friend who has started their periods.

Firstly, there is no telling when your second period will begin. They will be irregualar for up to 18 months after your first period. Secondly, there is not any signs to look out for but if you are worried it will come unexpectedly you could wear a pantliner.

If there anything out abnormal like this always contact your doctor to make sure you are fine.

No need to worry. It takes some women many months to get their period back after stopping depo.

Talk about it with someone you can trust and eventually you should discuss it with your mom.

If you have not had your 1st period by age 15 you should be talk to your regular primary care provider.

There should be no reason for you to take a test if you have your period only if you are worried terribly or you have an irregular period such as spotting . but usually your fine once your period comes

The day of your missed period if your worried about being pregnant.

No you have no reason to be worried. You may have a period once you get to the inactive pills, you may have some break through bleeding before your period. All of this is normal and your periods will become very regular and possibly lighter after a couple months on the pills.

The DEPO is notorious for problems with the menustration & hormonal imbalances. I would recommend you see your doctor & have a blood test performed to rule out a hormonal imbalance. If this is normal then the only thing you can do is have a ultrasound performed to make sure nothing is going on with your reproductive system & if THIS is normal then its a waiting game unfortunately.

having period cramps for the first 3-4 months are normal. if you are spotting or see any blood go to the doctors . i had cramps for the first 4 months until they finally went away

No! It's ok, remember during puberty nothing is normal and for the first 3 years your period will be all over the place. I actually had 4 months in between my first and second period so I'm pretty sure it's all good

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