I developed at an early age due to my hormones and sexually abused. I was in ninth grade when I started my period, and I've had them regularly. Suddenly around 8th or 9th grade I stopped having them. I am 19 years old about to be 20 and I have no clue as to whats happening. I plan to have children in my future but not having my period worries me. How can I fix this? I've seen a doctor but they haven't told me anything useful. What could possibly be the problem?
I had the implant taken out of my arm and I had normal periods then I just didnt have 1 for 3 months, it will go back to normal when u come off bc you produce new hormones and its just your body getting back to normal, dont worry about it it will come :)
Hey. I have a very similiar story, I havent had a period for like 3 years now. I am 21. I never really had a regular period. I stopped taking birth control before my period had ceased to come. And I have no clue whats goin on. Ive herd ppl say its a cyst and i have herd ppl say it was becuase i shot heroin for a long time. but idk. i wish i had insurance.
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