Hi there and welcome. Ya know, I went through a period in my 20's in which my period came every 3 to 4 months due to issues with a slow functioning thyroid called hypothyroidism. The slow thyroid throws off hormones and then periods cease or are infrequent. Other reasons for not having a period exist as well. Best to see your doctor to discuss why you aren't menstruating. good luck
Doctor is best place to go next. They'll start with a pregnancy test. You'll know for sure then. I'm kind of doubting you are to be honest as pregnancy tests at home are pretty reliable. But they'll let you know one way or another. Then they'll do a work up/exam to see what might be going on. This will help you find the underlying reason and then come up with a plan. If you are hoping to be pregnant, this is really important to help get you regular again. peace and luck
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