I'm not going period from last month n I'm not pregnant also so what is the problem

Asked by: Eyen
Asked At: 1yr ago
Anju Kumari Expert Answer
Answered: 1yr ago
Missed or late periods happen for many reasons other than pregnancy. Common causes can range from hormonal imbalances to serious medical conditions. A typical menstrual cycle is considered to be 21 to 35 days. The absence of menstruation is called amenorrhea. Girls who haven’t started their periods by the age of 15 and women who have missed three or more periods in a row have amenorrhea. There are several possible causes of delayed or missing periods: stress , low or high body weight,  polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) , hormonal contraceptives , chronic conditions such as diabetes,  or celiac disease,  thyroid issues,  menopause and pregnancy. A doctor can properly diagnose the reason for your late or missed period and discuss your treatment options. Keep a record of changes in your cycle as well as other health changes to show your doctor. This will help them make a diagnosis. Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.
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