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Delayed puberty
Hello, im 27 years old female. I have never got my period. I have no signs of breast development. But my weight and height is normal. I have public hair. I just wanted to ask, is there any chance for my age to get normal if i would start seeing doctors and getting treatment? I been hiding under too large clothes all of my life, i have no friends and no normal life...
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I would have gone to the doctor years ago, but yes, go now and see what's going on.  I'm not sure what will happen, but a doctor can tell you and will be able to figure out what stopped you from developing breasts or starting your period.
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Hi sweetie,

You should check with a doctor maybe its a harmone imbalance or sone thing that can be treated. But don't feel down on yourself, and stop hiding I bet you are beautiful just how you are. So find done confidence and wear what makes you happy.

If you want a friend I will be here for you. Just stay strong, and yes there is a chance a doctor could help you. May God Bless you,
Kimberly
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YES. You must see a gynocologist asap. You need a whole work up. Pap.blood work. Urine. Possible xrays depending on lab results. Don't wait any longer. Your beautiful no matter what. Don't hide it instead embrace your feminine side.good luck.
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