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No period for almost 3 months and I'm still a virgin
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Tarina - February 1

It's really weird. I don't think that I'm pregnant because I've never had any sex in my life... my period is irregular though. For your reference, I am 22 years old. I believe it is too early to have a menopause at this age. I never really keep track menstrual cycle but it usually happened each month. However, since November 2010, I never had any period at all. It's driving me nuts.

Does anybody have an idea what is happening to me right now? I am still looking for a gynecologist in my area but couldn't find a female yet. I would appreciate any help.


Siena - February 1

It is possible that you are suffering from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome as infrequent menstrual periods, no menstrual periods, and/or irregular bleeding are some of the most noticeable symptoms.


Kyoko - February 1

There are many different reasons for this condition, called amenorrhea. Could be a hormone imbalance, low thyroid, or any number of other things. This condition also happens when a women has a very low body fat percentage. If you have lost weight recently, it could be a cause (it is often seen in women with eating disorders and some female athletes).


MrNiceGuy - February 1

I'm a guy so I apologize for the answer. I had a girlfriend going through the same thing. She was very healthy and exercised constantly. She'd run several miles a day, hike, surf, and mountain bike on top of it. Her gyno told her that all of the activity lowered her estrogen levels (I'm paraphrasing her) which resulted in her missing her period for several months at a time.

I'm not saying you shouldn't see a gynecologists, but IF (and only if) you happen to be more physically active than the average human you probably shouldn't worry too much about it. This is typical of women athletes.


Misty - February 1

It sounds like a hormone imbalance to me. Do you work out a lot? Sometimes this causes what you are experiencing. but your last statement about finding a gynecologist is the best idea they can run tests and find out what is going on. good luck to you!


jobelyn - February 2

My cousin have experience that too and it's called Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. She was advised by her gynecologist to take a contraceptive pills for in what reason I don't know. Now,her menstrual period was already back to normal.


cheng - April 10

I have tried 5 months of not having my period. It will drive you nuts. Its even funny 'coz i have silly thoughts in mind like there are times that I think a sperm from the restroom crawled to my vagina. Funny! But After 5 months i have very heavy period.


Dede - April 11

Yes, it maybe an hormonal imbalance, you need to have an advice from the specialist, don't ignore what really really happen within you.


amber - April 14

Stress, Stress is a common cause of irregular periods. If you are fatigued, worried, or anxious this can cause your hormones to become unbalanced. A poor diet or extreme weight loss or gain can also affect your hormones. Women with anorexia or bulimia often have no period or irregular periods.



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