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37 years old no period 2 months

Help I’m 37 had regular periods then bam nothing since August. My cycles are long about 35-37 days. I’m freaking out because I didn’t seem to ease into no period just bam nothing. It’s making me think something is very wrong. Cancer showed up when googled multiple times I have a doctor appointment on the 15th I’m just so scared  did this happen to anyone ?

I do have facial hair have had it for awhile though. Doctor told me it’s because I’m slightly overweight
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973741 tn?1342342773
I actually have had this situation.  See your doctors as the main culprit can be thyroid.  Or hormone imbalance.  I had both.  I naturally made too much estrogen and had a slow working thyroid as well.  I went from regular to periods every 3 to 4 months and it lasted a year.  As I was about to see an endocrinologist to get serious about the thyroid, it out of nowhere naturally resolved.  I did have low grade depression with it called dysthymia which I treated with prozac.  My doctor says it is all correlated. Thyroid triggers depression/anxiety and anxiety/depression trigger thyroid. So, I don't know if that had anything to do with it. Anyway, worth looking into for you.  Other things that delay periods out of nowhere is change (like if you stopped your anxiety med as you mentioned), change in routine, illness, stress, gaining or losing weight.  I would not really suspect menopause from what you've written.  I'm much older than you and menopause is actually gradual.  A typical pattern is actually heavier bleeding for a period of time (form me, a couple of years) and then longer cycles that get longer and longer without menstruation.  I'm now on my 8th month of nothing.  This 'could' be it. Although last year, I went 7 months and it started again. I had to go all the way back to the beginning and start tracking all over again.  I had three months of periods and then gone again.  So weird.  It's rough being a woman.  Anyway, glad you are seeing your doctor. Checking your hormones and thyroid makes sense.  Let me know how it goes.
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Thank you !! I do have anxiety. I will mention both hormones and thyroid I will keep you posted
So I went to my appointment. He said where I have only missed now 2.5 months it’s not fully late until 3 months but where I told him it’s not normal he prescribed me Norethisterone for 10 days said it should start if not he will do more blood work and figure things out from there.  So no blood work unless this doesn’t work
eh, my doctors also stand by that 3 month rule.  Let me know if it doesn't work.  Blood work, in my opinion, should be routine and not something 'special' they do!  Do you do an annual physical?  Mine always does a thyroid panel during it.  I'd be curious about yours.  I think the hormones can affect anxiety.  But then there is also just plain old anxiety. Such a pain to deal with. Would you describe yours as manageable or it interferes with life type of thing?
When I feel it it’s interning with life. But sometimes I can manage and be just fine. I’m a mess haha. 2 more days of pills then according to the paperwork my period should stay 3-5 days after.
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649848 tn?1534633700
You might want to ask your doctor to test all your hormone levels (estrogen, progesterone, etc),  along with thyroid.  I have a very good friend who started menopause at 35.  She had periods, like clockwork, the suddenly nothing.   Uncommon, but it does happen.  

Since you’ve only missed 2 months, perhaps they will figure it out quickly.  
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Thank you. I will make sure to ask for that
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