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I haven't had my period in eight weeks and I've always had regular periods. I'm not sure why this is.

And seeing as I'm a virgin, there's no chance of pregnancy.
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You might of sat on some sperm in a public toilet

It does happen.

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(Original post by Anonymous)
I haven't had my period in eight weeks and I've always had regular periods. I'm not sure why this is.

And seeing as I'm a virgin, there's no chance of pregnancy.
There can be a variety of reasons from stress or diet to medical issues like PCOS.
Go see your GP and they can check to see what's going on. It's probably just that your hormones have gone a bit out of whack for some tiny reason and you just need to wait a bit longer. Periods can just mess up for no reason.
Don't worry too much though. 8 weeks seems like a long time, but it's not actually much of a concern medically. It's once it reaches like 5 months it gets properly concerning. That's what a nurse told me anyway.
Try not to look into it too much until your appointment cos you will just worry yourself. Just keep an eye out for anything abnormal like irritation or lumps that could help diagnosis. Oh and don't worry about pregnancy or pregnancy/ sex related issues obviously. Given your situation that is near impossible.
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make sure you're eating enough whole foods and less animal products.
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