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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 24 May 2017 21:00 / Italy
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By  marsmonkey  |  8

That sucks, OP. I'm sorry. I'm a lesbian, and I once went a whole year without my period. When I went to the doctor about it, multiple times, I had to be super clear right up front that there was zero possibility of pregnancy at all.

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  mariri9206  |  32

There are multiple reasons why a period can be skipped. Weight change, change in diet, stress, hormone levels, to name a few.

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  mariri9206  |  32

Also, I don't know why you're being downvoted. You're not being rude about. You explained you're a male and don't understand how that it's normal to skip a period once in a blue moon and asked about it so you could understand. Asked quite respectfully, too.

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  HanBanana15  |  9

Actually, it's not uncommon at all. Every woman is different, and some cycles have absolutely no pattern and can't even be tracked (like mine). Hormones can fluctuate, so menstrual cycles do too.

By  marsmonkey  |  8

That sucks, OP. I'm sorry. I'm a lesbian, and I once went a whole year without my period. When I went to the doctor about it, multiple times, I had to be super clear right up front that there was zero possibility of pregnancy at all.

By  Suaria  |  29

It's unhealthy if your period does not come every month. You should go to the doctor because there may be something wrong with your body.

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  mariri9206  |  32

It's actually quite natural if you skip a month once in a while. Multiple months in a row, however, could mean something is wrong/serious.

By  TipTopCaduceus  |  11

Unless you already have a known reason for the missed periods, I would get yourself checked out. There are plenty of benign reasons for missing a period, but plenty of not so benign ones also.

By  Neda Saeedy  |  4

I have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) which is actually very common. Basically your body doesn't make enough estrogen to release an egg each month and overcompensates with testosterone. If I'm not on the pill I can go months without my period. I also once went 3 months of straight bleeding with only a week off each month. It is all symptoms of PCOS. Other symptoms included excessive body hair and it could lead to obesity and diabetes later in life. If you haven't already been checked for it i would recommend it. It's better to know.

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