Right well was wondering if you think this is normal!!
I started my period when i was around 14 and for a year my periods were normal then they stopped for a year. I went to the doctors and she said it was fine. said it was Prob cuz i was skinny (tho i eat loads). Now im 20 and my periods are still infrequent. Theyre prob around every 3 months and can be either extremely heavy or extremely light (just a bit of brown stuff) yet i always get bad period pains/cramps even when im not on. Should i go back to the doctor or is it harmless!! Would this affect having children when im older (def dont want any till im around 25)
yeh i used them a few times ... but im terrible at taking tablets and forget them all the time. when i do use them the period does come on but as soon as i stop they soon get back to there irregular pattern. I dont mind not having a period cuz i cant stand them .. just wondering if its bad for you???
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