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    The menopause is often called the ‘change of life’ and is not an illness, but a stage in a woman’s life where she stops ovulating and ceases to menstruate. Read more →

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    The perimenopause is an inevitable right of passage leading up to the menopause Read more →

    Okay so I started my periods when I was 12/13 and I'm now 16 and I've noticed my periods are really irregular (thanks to a period diary app). I've never had sex or been on the pill and over half way through year now, I've only had two periods so far. I'm currently (for the second time that I've noticed) over 7 weeks late and I'm starting to think something isn't quite right. I've not told my mum or anyone yet because I find talking about periods etc really uncomfortable and awkward. Does anyone know why is this happening and what should I do about it?





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    I have been having my periods since I was 12 years old, I am now 26. Every month I have had my periods, normally every 26 days and only lasting for 4-5 days. In the last six weeks I have had 3 periods, lasting 5-7days, not even full periods, quite light really. I am a bit concerned why these have changed. I was wondering if this is something to worry about or just a normal change. Kind regards





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    Please ask your GP to be referred to a gynaecology to get it sorted it might be something serious. I was inthe same situation and was asked for a smear which came back abnormal. Got it repeated a month later and it was normal and had to have a smear test every 3months until they were sure it was clear.I thought it was overian....... but then it was a fibroid.

    I have regular periods and I am on contraceptive pills . When this time I was having my periods the blood was reddish black and vowed in low quantities than the other days of periods. Why is that.





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    Redish black blood is old blood. Nothing to worry about. Not sure why its like that on the pill - guess because the period can be lighter on the pill?

    Hello, im 19 i didn't start my periods until i was 17. Since i have started my periods i have had the implant, i have just had it removed and my periods are regular in that they are exactly 48 days apart not 28 so i skip a month. im worried whats should i do ?





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    i am 14 years old, i started my periods when i was 11. But for the last year i have been getting my periods every two weeks and they are really heavy. About a week before i get my periods i get severe cramping and i lose my appetite should i see a doctor??





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    ..I think you should, as they can give you a conraceptive that can help lighten your periods. I had the same problem at your age and from that was put on the pill and after a few months my peroids were lighter and more manageable. The best thing I've found for cramping to to take FeminaxUltra (which can be cought over the counter) and eating little but often to keep something in your stomach, and putting a hot water bottle on the sore areas. Hope this helps :)

    I'm 15 years old and 5 months old. My last and only period ever was 13 months and 1 day ago. I don't know why I haven't had anymore. It's not that I'm not completely in puberty, because my breasts are size 36C and I'm not overweight. I've been developing normally with everything except my periods. I know irregular periods are pretty normal, but I've never heard of them being more than years apart. All of my older sisters (I have 3) had their periods during the summer they turned 14, and their periods were only a month or two off, most of the time. What's wrong with me?





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    Hi, I'm 16 years old and I started my periods when i was 13 years old. I originally had very irregular periods and severe stomach pain. Since being prescribed Ovranette I now have regular periods but they are still fairly painful and stop me from doing things as I feel too ill. Does anyone have any suggestions for stopping the pain? or if I stop the pills for a few months whether my periods will be regular now?





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    its completely normal to have painful periods and the best thing you can do is take some pain killers like paracetamol or do some exercise but what makes me feel better is drinking some tea and have a hot water bottle across my stomach :)

    i find feminax is very effective when i have extremely bad period pains :)

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    Im 16 and on the pill, i started my periods when i was 13. since i have ben on the pill my periods are really irregular, they told me that they would be for the first 3/4 months but i have been on for about 9months. my periods can last up to 2 weeks, sometimes a day. they arent always heavy but sometimes they are really really light. is there anything wrong?





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    i suffer from really bad periods i get painful periods where my periods pass blood clots i sometimes bleed very heavy heavy my hormones are everywhere and i might have a genetic problem called men type 1





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    I am 17, I've had period for a couple years and I got the Implanon in Feb 2010. My periods were very irregular for a while then they calmed down, and recently I've been getting periods that last so long I actually get excited when I get a day off. I don't know if this is due to the Implanon and I should get it taken out. I'm also worried whether I could generally just be bleeding and it's not periods...





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    I'm on implanon and I have the same problem, I can go without a period for up to 3-4 months and then I will be bleeding for a long time, the longest being 2 months with only 2 day with no bleeding, so think it may just be the implanon. Try going to your local family plannign clinic and they will probably help you :) .

    im on implanon i have been on for 6 months i went to a g.u.m clinic and they said that bleeding sometimes lasts for as long as a year

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    hi im 18 years old and i used to have regular, heavy periods and ontime. Recentley my periods have been very irregular and sometimes ill have a periods and then come off and bleed again inbetween periods. I am realy worride that i will not be able to have children i just want my periods back ! i was just wondering if there is anythin gyou know of that will help regulate my periods and not make me infertile. I have bee to the doctors but the didi not want to help so that made me feel realy stupid, this is my last hope . thankyou hope you have an answer.





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    i got my periods when i was 13 and now i am 15 and i only missed my periods once but now i am worried because i have had period a week early in the last 2 months and now they are a week and a bit late and i have all the things that i no i am getting my periods but not got them and does fingering someone efect they periods.





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    Lot's of people have really irregular and heavy periods, my mom only has her period four times a year sometimes! As for passing out, try to find out if it's pain or body dis functioning that makes that happen. Some girls take strong painkillers for their periods, and some girls feel really queasy when they have their periods. Keep track of when your periods are (if you don't already) and see if you can see a little bit of a pattern. Periods will be a bit irregular when you're younger, so don't worry too much about irregular-ness, and foccus on talking to a doctor about your problem. At least you don't have worse, a super small percentage of girls have really long periods that will last months for each period. Be glad it's not that bad!

    Hey, im 17 years old and my periods are not normal eather, i had a scan done for PCOS, my gp told me there was a chance i could have this. Have you been to the Gp about your periods? do you have any other symptons such as more body hair or acne? I was taking the pill for a while to see if this would help my periods, it did for a while but soon as i come off the pill, my periods have completley stopped all together, i understand how your feeling. my advice would be is to go to the GP and they can send you for tests.

    hi ladies my name is nyisha and about 2 years AGO I WAS diagnosed with pcos and befor i knew that i had it i didnt have no periods i would see 6 months go pass and i still have no periods until when i went to see my gyno after i came from seeing him like a month after that my periods have come back and now i get my periods everymonth but i am happy at least i know that produce eggs everymonth . but the only thing i get is some a lil excess hair but thats ok. its better having that than no periods but i still worry that ma eggs aint producing proably . but there is hope their ladies just stay strong .





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    Hi? I'm 15 and started my periods when I was about 13, maybe a bit before. When I first has them they were very heavy and painful but afterr about 2 months or so they calmed down. Shortly after that I had very long time periods of not having my periods as often as I should be. As I get older those time periods get wider. The longest gap I've had between periods is 3 months now. Because of this they become so heavy and so painful, it's kind of hard to take. I don't know weither I'm being a bit of a drama queen about this but I just want an answer. Thanx XP





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    As your only 15 you are still growing. Therefore irregular periods are normal. Sometimes if you miss a month or so then your next period can be heavier. These can sometimes be very hard to live with. If it is really bothering you then boom an appointment to see your GP and discuss the option of birth control which is a methord of contraception but it can also help tp reduce perid cramps and make your periods lighter more controllrd and more bareable for u. Hope ypu get some relief.soon x

    My periods used to be quite heavy and would last for about 6 days, but my last 2 periods ive had have been really light and have lasted about 3/4 days.Im only 17 and started my period a couple of months before my 14th birthday so i've only been having periods for about 3.5 years is this normal? Also 2 weeks after my last period i found that i had bled and i thought i had come on again but the next day i wern't bleeding? this has happened my last two periods, any advice? thanks





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    i am 16 years old and i am have some trouble with my period, the problem is that i had started my periods at a very young age (age 10) and over a year now my periods have been starting after two months which only last for about 7- 14 days, recently i have been on my periods for 2 months and my period was not that heavy, since i have been having my periods like this i have not been feeling any tummy cramnps just constant headaches and pain around my chest area.





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    hi you might want to go on the pill, sounds odd but did wonders for me, however don't be embarrassed to go to your doctor or nurse and discuss it they might have a better solution.

    you are to young to be have such problems with your periods. I think you should talk to someone about your periods, having heavy periods can lead to you being aninemic,tierd and lack concentation. (Tell mum)





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    this video is useful but im getting worried now because my periods come very often now and last about 9 days, i get about a week inbetween my periods before the next one starts, why is this? have had my periods for about two years now :(





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    Hello, im 19 i didn't start my periods until i was 17. Since i have started my periods i have had the implant, i have just had it removed and my periods are regular in that they are exactly 48 days apart not 28 so i skip a month. im worried whats should i do ?





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    Hi I'm 30 my periods have just stopped I was given tablets to bring on my periods but nothing happened. I had a giant cell bone tumour and a dvt just over a year ago in my right leg. Why do you think my periods would just stop am I starting the menopause.





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    Hi,i had normal periods before but since ive tried preventing once and stoped the other month ive been bleeding none stop then afterwards i went straight to heavy periods i change pads every hour and my periods last for five days.please help.





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    Hey there, I would adivce you to see the GP if your not having any periods by the age of 17 years old. I have had a scan done for PCOS, the Gp told there is a chance i could have this, i was on the pill to see if it would help my periods to come on, it did for a while but soon as i come of it, my periods have stopped all together, there is alot of girls with this problem but its best to see the Gp. Take care x

    I am 14 years old and i started my periods when i was 12 and have only had about 5 periods since then with a gap of about 5 months between them. when i have them they are normal. But I have a bit of wierd pain below the stomach regulary and i have discharge all the time. Do I have irregular periods or is there something wrong with me?





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    Im 17 and started my periods when i was 14, but since then i have had many irregular periods, i became sexualy active when i just turned 16 and didnt have a period for 4 months, but after i didnt have sex for a few months and my periods became normal with a week or 2 late between them, but since starting to have a sexual relationship again my periods have stopped and i have gone 3 months without a period and i am getting concerned because i dont believe my body is normal as all my friends who have sexual relationships periods are fine, i dont eat meat and wondering if that has anything to do with missing periods because the lack of protien and iron i dont recieve, i know i am not pregnant as i have done a pregnancy test. i am just worried.





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    i started my periods when i was just going into p7 . im now 16 & my periods get so heavy and unregular. my doctor put me on the pill not for contraception but for regular periods. if anyone gets irregular periods they should ask there doctor about the pill its worked for me X





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    I have been on my period for a while but I have never really had to comfidece to go to my doctor even though my doctor is female. How should I overcome this?

    Some-one told me that the pill makes you gain weight- Does it?x

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    I'm 17 and I'm having really weird periods, last September I had the contraceptive injection, and since then my periods have never gone back to normal even though it has run out, my periods are heavier, last longer and I get brown discharge in between and it carries on for a few days, I don't know what happening and it's worrying me. Can anyone help?!





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    Hey i had the same problem when i first started at 12. My periods would be about 3 times a month! I even had 1 for 27 days straight. When you first start your periods they can be really irregular for up to the first 2 years. But over time they'll be normal. Im 14 now and my periods have been fine since last september so do not worry! Hope i helped. X

    My daughter is 7 and displays most of the issues listed by others including problems with handwriting, balance co ordination etc but there is also another issue. She seems to have periods where she wets herself. These periods are often after quite long periods of no accidents and are often when she is out of her usual routine. Does anyone else have this happen?





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    when i was younger i used to forget about going to the toliet all the time so my mum started reminding me to go and she also contacted the school so they could remind me aswell, its all practice with the handwriting my handwriting used to be terrrible but with lots of practice and a grip on the pen or pencil my handwriting did improve

    Thanks Sophie and Claire , I can put another piece in the puzzle now. I just have one more question you could maybe help me with. In the UK do you need an MRI to confirm a diagnoses? I live in Luxembourg and stronly believe that my daughter has the condition but although she has had MRI scans and other tests no one has ever mentioned Dyspraxia.

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