I'm recovering from anorexia and have been for over a year, I am now a healthy weight and have been for about 8 months, but I still haven't got my periods although I do get discharge in my underwear and have for about a year. I'm 15 and I am worried my periods will never come back, but I think the discharge is part of your cycle. Is it likely my priods will come back? And if thy don't can I still get pregnant when I'm older because I get the discharge?
HI, I was sort of similar with my periods and discharge, i didn't have a period for 2.5 years but the other day I had the start of of a period for about a day and a half. So I think your hormones etc just take a while to start adjusting to the changes. But if your worried talk to your doctor, Hope I helped!! ;)
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