It could be anything from a minor irregular period to serious health problems. I am leaning more towards the irregular period.
YOUR age? Are you menapausal? Could be overweight. More likely early menapause.
cause some months has more weeks than others.
I was on depo, and I would always get my period 2 months on 2 months off. Until I didnt get my period no more.
Well, there are some factors that can prevent a girl from getting her period, or cause it to be delayed. The obvious reasons are if she is pregnant, or on birth control. Otherwise, some factors could be sudden weight gain or loss, because it chnages the hormone levels in the body very rapidly. Some medications might cause a missed period. Stress can also result in a missed period or two. If a girl doesn't have her period for mor than thee months in a row, she should go to the doctor because that could be a sign of a more serious medical condition.
Stress, illness, anxiety, change of climate, big life change, extreme excitement or lots of travelling could be the cause. If you go to the doctor, they can give you a pregnancy test for free and it is more reliable
When girls start menstruation, periods tend not to be regular. This could cause someone to think a period's been skipped. High stress, illness, or intense physical activity (marathons, gymnastics, dance, etc.) could also cause a missed period. More serious causes (which would be more than one "skipped" period) could include anorexia or pregnancy.
yes it is possible to have your period when you are pregnant
Stress can cause a missed period or so can PCOS, Hormonal Imbalance, Endometriosis, STD, ovary problems or not ovulating. See your doctor.
Many things could happen; call up a doctor to check up on her just in case it could be something more serious.
No pregnancy cannot cause this. This sounds like irregular periods. See your Doctor.
It's best to see your doctor if you've missed more than 3 periods in a row. There are many reasons why your period may be missing, a doctor should run tests to determine the cause.
about 3 months more or less.
The period of limitation is 6 months whereas banks now a days generally accept cheques of not more than 3 months old.
Yes it is possible. Some women can have a period or two or irregularities for the first couple of months of pregnancy (although this isn't the norm). Also stress can cause irregularities with your periods or, peri menopause (the beginning of menopause) can also change your body chemistry and even cause some missed periods or having your period more than once in one month. If you are athetic and have been working out hard, this too can cause irregularities with periods. Marcy
This is not good, if she is not pregnant. Missing every now and then or a month here and there is not too bad, especially within the first years of getting your period. If she hasn't had her period in 5+ months, that could be a sign that something mroe serious is going it. It could be something as simple as her weight being too low to support hormones and menstruation. It could be a sign / symptom of a more serious problem, so she should talk with her doctor about it.
there is not an exact answer there are a few it could be a nucleus of an egg gets lost or ovular defect or it a sperm multiplies. Goole it and you could learn more i had it for six months and they told me it could cause cancer.
sometimes your period can be irregular.... stress, illnesses, etc can affect your period. If this lasts more than a few months, see a doctor
Yes, stress could prevent you menstruating for three months - if stressed you're less likely to ovulate, thus less likely to menstruate. It's best to see a doctor if you go over three months without a period just to make sure that there is nothing more serious going on.
I am wondering "why" haven't you had a period in 7 months? Are you on depo? If so, you probably won't be getting pregnant. Are you beginning menopause? If not, you need to contact your doctor. I have very irregular periods and have gone months without a period as well. There is some risk to not having your period such as a higher incidence of uterine cancer. There are also conditions such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome that can cause the absense of periods. There are medications (hormones) that doctors use to keep your periods regular (unless you are trying to get pregnant). Finally, YES, it is possible for you to get pregnant if you haven't had a period for several months or even a year or more. Take care.
Hi, Yes it can definitely cause a late period.
More then likely it is the birth control. Normally you don't have your period during pregnancy, but you could have had implantation bleeding. It would be lighter, last for 3 days or less, and wouldn't follow the normal period pattern, light, heavy, light. It can take your body a few months to get back to normal after birth control.
Yes, you definitely could.
for about 6 months or more before your period