period late 2 months in a row, when to be concerned.
hello board, i'm 31. get regular check ups, everything has been fine, including last year. i'm not on birth control, haven't had sex in a year so that rules out pregnancy, however last month my period was late by 10 days. my average cycle in 30 days. i have only missed one period since i got my period many many years ago. so i guess i'm fairly regular. however i always get the bloating, sore breasts a week before my period, well here i am this month, late again but with no pre menstrual symptoms. i guess my question is when is one to worry about period irregularity? thanks board.
Our cycles can just change for now reason as we grow older and it's nothing to worry about. Other causes can also be the likes of a hormone imbalance, PCOS or a cyst or something. Maybe see your doctor and see if they'll run tests, but there's the chance they won't really entertain you until you've experienced this for a few more months.
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