What's wrong with me?? I'm 14 and had started my period when I was 11 iv had a regular period until now... Iv had sex before unprotected 2 times, and since the last time I did that I haven't had my period for 6 and a half months.. Iv been checked for pregnancy but all the tests were negative and both the blood tests were... I don't think I'm pregnant... What else could be wrong???? I eat healthy and I walk 3 miles everyday after school.. I'm worried I don't know what's wrong.. Std??
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that you probably have a hormonal imbalance that would be considered to be PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome). It isn't healthy to go too long between periods, so I would first give you a medication to start your period (preg test first) and then we could discuss starting some form of cycle control/birth control. Any of the types would be good--you might like the implant or depo provera, or even the Mirena IUD. Go to your doctor! Good luck! Dr B
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