Low levels of Vitamains b12 and D, no period for more than 3 months
I have recently moved to a colder region and since then my periods are irregular. In the 4 months, I have had only one period and I have missed 3 periods since then. Blood tests show -ve on pregnancy test and very low Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D levels. What is the reason for the delay and what are the other possibilities?
Hi there and welcome. Well, lots of things can really mess up a period. I was having periods about 3 months apart due to a slow thyroid for a time period. Depression can cause it as can stress. A big move is stressful, right? Also changes in activity--- are you inside more now? And certainly things like major vit. deficiencies can play a role.
Since it has been three months, I'd find an ob/gyn in your area and schedule a visit with them. Good way to start that doctor/patient relationship and get some help. lots of luck dear
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