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What could cause you to miss your period if you are a virgin?


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2006-08-28 22:42:34
2006-08-28 22:42:34

Hormones and/or stress. Going through alot of stress can affect your period.


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A girl can miss her period randomly if she is a virgin for multiple reasons.

Yes. Stress can cause you to miss your period.

No, PMS will not cause you to miss your period.

i think it could, depending on your stress levels.

There are several reasons why you might miss a period. If you have been having sex you could be pregnant. Take a test. If you are young it may be that your periods have not yet settled into a regular pattern. If you are older you may be entering the menopause. Illness may casue you to miss a period, even a bad bout of the flu can do it. Stress may cause you to miss a period, moving house, going to college, death of a loved one, getting married. Over-exercising such as training for a marathon may cause you to miss a period. Rapid weight gain or loss can cause you to miss a period as well. If there is no apparent reason, you miss another period and you are worried, go to the doctor.

Yes, suppositories do cause you to miss your period. I was on it for several months and thought I could be pregnant until my doctor told me to stop the suppositories. Sure enough, I got my period within the next several days. They just aid in the help of conception, so it's sending signals to miss a period.

stress, anxioty, and or depression can cause you to miss a period. hormone imbalances can also cause you to miss a period. changes in diet and exercise cause miss periods. if you have missed your period you are probably not pregnant, you are probably just stressing your body. see your doctor for more information.

Xanax (alprazolam) will not cause missed or late periods.

don't worry your periods are just irregular. its completely normal.

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Stress can and so can having the flu or getting sick.

It's extremely unlikely. If you're still young then your hormones are still imbalance which means that you could still miss a period. It takes about two to three years for you menstrual cycle to regulate. So if you haven't had it for that long then you could miss your period.

No - stress or other issues may cause your period to be delayed a day or so but not miss a period altogether. ok if you missed your period one month do not worry just be happy

Yes excessive working out or extreme weightloss can cause you to miss a period.

No prenatal vitamins do not cause you to miss your period - they are vitamins, thus have no influence on your menstrual cycle. Consider that if prenatal vitamins did cause you to miss your period (which would only happen if you missed ovulation) then they would prevent pregnancy, this work against those who were taking them!

Yes! Being ill can cause you to be more stressed and cause you to miss your period. There are several reasons you may skip a period.

I'm not a doctor. Stress in general can cause you to miss a period, so a traumatic event such as a car accident, a death of a loved one, or even a huge test can cause you to miss your period. And if it's just causing you to be late, it's amazing how quickly after you relax that your normal period will start.

No. They are completely unrelated.

Doubtful. Though heavy cocaine use could potentially cause all kinds of upset in your normal biological rhythms.

Not necessarily although sometimes inadequate nutrition (vegetarian or not) can cause one to miss a period.

Affection of the sexual kind will cause a missed period if you are pregnant. An infection will seldom cause your menstrual cycle to be late.

Stress, drug use, lack of nutritional dietry intake particularly when the period has not come for a number of months.

An STD will not cause a missed period. If your period is late, take a pregnancy test.

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