ever sence last year around november i have gotten 3 periods...i went to the doc around march and he said it was cuz of my weight...so i dropped 30 pounds and i got my period in august...i havent had on sence then...idk what to do or whats going on...can someone please help...it scares me cuz i want to have kids someday...and i was told i cant have kids unless i have a period..
If you have a weight and period problem, there are some conditions which need to be seriously considered. These are hypothyroidism or low thyroid function, Cushing's disease or adrenal gland malfunction, diabetes, and polycystic ovaries. First consult your doctor and get yourself examined, and undergo the requisite lab tests. Then you may need to consult a gynecologist and an endocrine specialist. Discuss with your primary care doctor. Take care!
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