it is when i have my first one that i will start to worry
go to the doctor, if you don't know the cause
If you haven't been able to get an appointment in all this time, perhaps you should consider a different doctor.
Yes I do.. But it's caused from my polycystic ovary syndrome you should most certainly ask your doctor to give you an ultrasound just to check stuff out because a lot of the time women have high testosterone when they miss periods a lot:) good luck!!!!:)
Happens to me all the time. I always miss my periods and I'm never pregnant.
you are a transsexual then! haha
It happened to Mrs rusted but she is in her 50s.
Yes, from an endocrine disorder. Definitely go see a doctor and get some blood tests done.
it just got akwards...
Stress can be a factor or imbalance hormones...
I have missed more than that.
I usually skip a month normally but I have skipped as many as five in a row before. When I skippe my hormones were out of whack and I experienced pregnancy symptoms but no pregnancy.
hmmm.. that is what I ask when I watch "I didn't know I was pregnant"
Not me, but I've heard of it happening to women who were involved in very grueling sports training and competitions, or who had just lost too much weight too quickly, or who were battling some serious illness.
I've never missed that many periods in a row and I've never been pregnant. If you've been stressed out or not eating a lot, that could be a reason for a lot of missed periods. And some girls just don't get periods often. Go to the doctor anyway because that's not normal.
you can miss periods and you can bleed a lot. i bleed a lot it's call amenorreah.
About every menopausal woman in the world
I think the most I missed was three....but I was a virgin so I wasn't worried about pregnancy.
i never had a period in my life ! is there something wrong ?
you could get it late.
Are you on birth control? Some forms of birth control will do this today. And, yes, I know it's a stupid question.
There are a number of reasons why this could happen ranging from harmless to serious. I would recommend you speak to a doctor or gynecologist to find out why.