Absolutely not, go back to the doctor.
yes, you can, especially after 3 or 4 months on the pill
If you have not been on your period for 4 months than it can mean your pregant or if you just started sometimes it can be 4 months because your period is regular and just started.
no ,go see your doctor
Yes, unscheduled bleeding is normal when you're on the contraceptive implant. In exchange, you get the highest level of pregnancy protection.
If a teenager started her period at the age of 13 but has been irregualr since. Presently she has not gotten her period for the past 4 months. Is this normal and what is the cause?
It is possible for your period to skip a month or two, but if you skip more than 4 months or so, you might be pregnant or there is something wrong with your horomones, or you might just be stressed out about your period skipping months. If anything you should go see a doctor, he might help you.
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
Everyone is different, and sometimes girls may skip a month. If you recently started your period or in this case your period was 4 months ago and it was your first time, that is normal. From my first to second period ever, I went 2 months. Again, everyone is different, and if it reaches 6 months of not having it, I would maybe consider going to the doctor.
probably not; see a doctor sweetie -Roci(: