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    I’m a virgin but am 45 days late on my period. I have felt like my period was coming but nothing. Please help.
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    That's normal I was once 95 days late but if your really skinny or not eating then that would be why
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I’m a virgin but am 45 days late on my period. I have felt like my period was coming but nothing. Please help.
    If you're a virgin, you can obviously rule out pregnancy, but there's a huge amount of different things that can affect your periods. It's best to visit your GP to discuss what could be the cause so that if need be you can sort it
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    I’m a virgin but am 45 days late on my period. I have felt like my period was coming but nothing. Please help.
    Obviously if you're a virgin you're not pregnant.

    Opposite to the general belief, periods don't always come in exactly the same number of days every time. Periods can be irregular, especially during the first few years, just because your body is learning to deal with it. You may skip or delay periods because of simple things like stress. So maybe you had some exams or tests to worry about?

    For health reasons, most common reason for a delay is if you're not getting enough nutrients. This may happen if you changed your diet or are vegetarian and not checking your nutrient consumption.
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    When you started having periods, they were probably irregular. If that was more than a year or two ago, they've probably settled down into a more regular pattern.

    A number of things can disrupt that - large body weight changes, stress, and many more. We can't know what has happened for you, so it's time to see your GP.

    You can have a think about what else has changed in your life and whether or not there are any other symptoms, because the answers to that will help them find out what's happening.
 
 
 
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