There are a couple things that can cause you to miss your period- but you should definitely speak with your doctor. If you have a regular OB/GYN that you visit for checkups, I would make an appointment with them.
Have you noticed any chances with your weight?
Before these past two missed periods, were you usually regular?
If you've been under a lot of stress, your period can shift until your body gets back into the 'swing of things.' A change in diet, living situations, or exercise routines can cause you to miss a period or two. Some medications can also cause strange period rhythms. Either way- try to make an appointment with your OB-Gyn, just to be sure there's nothing serious going on.
This happened to me once, for about a year. I have never had a diagnosis. I was severely obsese at the time, and that means estrogen levels can be off the charts. My periods eventually came back, but what I think happened was that I was not ovulating, and then suddenly, I started to again. They ran tests, especially one on prolactin levels. Everything was "normal." Have yourself checked, but you may not get answers. Good luck.
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