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Help with my period

  1. Dasiy07 profile image52
    Dasiy07posted 7 years ago

    Help with my period

    what does it mean when someone has their period 12/25 didnt have it in january than had it on 2/2 and now its march 4th and not had it????

  2. Kristen Haynie profile image93
    Kristen Haynieposted 7 years ago

    This happened to me once, not long ago. I completely freaked out, and saw my doctor ASAP. The long-and-short of it is this: I was going through a particularly rough time in my personal life, and the change in my menstrual cycle was a result of heavy emotional stress and a sudden dramatic change in diet. My advice is that you pay a visit to your doc just to be sure everything is OK. Just don't freak out, because there are a number of factors that can easily cause a disruption in the punctuality of your menstrual cycle.

  3. Jewels profile image84
    Jewelsposted 7 years ago

    Not knowing your age or circumstances it's not easy to answer your question.  Then again your question may not be personal.  Here are details I hunted via google that may help you.  As you can see there are many reasons why a menstrual cycle varies.

    - Stress

    - New cycle , that is the irregularity experienced by some young girls at the onset of the periods. Their cycle can be irregular for months or years whilst it is establishing itself.

    - Dietary problems , eg anorexia, bulimia or simply poor diet

    - Too much exercise

    - Drugs -  prescription and recreational

    - Break in routine

    - Thoughts and emotions

    - Sexual activity -  especially when it is a new occurrence

    - Anxiety about pregnancy

    - Illness or physiological imbalance eg thyroid conditions

    Irregularity also falls into 2 categories:

    - Long Term Irregularity

    Long term irregularity can be anything from a cycle that varies in length from month to month to the experience of various abnormal symptoms, for example, excessive bleeding, no cycle for months at a time, very painful periods or ovulation.

    To be on the safe side if your are experiencing prolonged bleeding or very painful symptoms it is wise to consult a doctor to find out what is going on.

    - Sudden or Short term Irregularity

    Short term irregularity can be attributed to any of the causes listed above, and are generally a one off or sporadic occurrence. These cases are probably not a cause for great concern unless you are experiencing pain or just feel as if something is wrong.

    Naturally, a delayed period can indicate pregnancy so you may want to clear that option by taking a pregnancy test.

    http://www.menstruation.com.au/periodpa … gular.html

  4. T.Y._Hudson profile image61
    T.Y._Hudsonposted 7 years ago

    Have no fear, Doctor T.Y. is on the case!
    After an extensive review of your case, I have concluded that it's one of the following possibilities:
    1. you are carrying an alien fetus
    2. you are an alien carrying a human fetus
    3. you are an alien
    4. it could be a horrible side effect from having a recent leg hair transplant
    5. maybe this isn't a question that Doctor T.Y. should be answering!
    6. maybe it's a question for the guy from Unsolved Mysteries
    I'm just messing around. I try to stay somewhat in tune with the women around me. My sister had this same problem for years. It was simply the result of too much overstressing. I have had girlfriends who went through this after staring on a medication. One girl that I work with, started missing her period after she had switched to a vegetarian diet.
    To be honest, I have absolutely no idea. The human body can be such a tricky thing to figure out. The one thing that I have come to find, is that problems with your period, can come from a vast number of things. It's probably best to see your family physician to find the exact cause, and the right coarse of treatment. Taking the wrong advice, could lead to you taking the wrong steps to fixing it, and could possibly end up causing something even worse to happen.
    I hope that this is nothing major for you. Good luck resolving this problem. And please excuse my lame attempts at getting a laugh.

 
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