You should see a dr. I was very irregular also, sometimes 2 whole months in between periods.y dr said I have PCOS, and put me on birth control pills, but I gained a lot of weight so stopped. After giving birth, now I am 32 to 35 days cycle.I was told it is not ok to have long gaps inbetween periods.
I would see your. Doctor as this was happeneing to me and I have now pcos, and have been put on the pill to make sure my period is regular because my gyno said that having missed periods heightens the chances of getting cancer of the uterus! It's rare but can happen! But don't be scared, get it sorted and it can always be managed, it's never good to leave things like this go, coz when fertility and stuff is at stake it's work. Getting checked! Good luck :)
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