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Alevelz2018_2020
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Hi Imm really worried as I haven’t had my period in a month I’m never late or irregular. I really wanted to ask on some advice of what you think I should do. Im 23 and I’ve never done the deed so I can’t be pregnant. Any other possible reasons? Thanks
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(Original post by Alevelz2018_2020)
Hi Imm really worried as I haven’t had my period in a month I’m never late or irregular. I really wanted to ask on some advice of what you think I should do. Im 23 and I’ve never done the deed so I can’t be pregnant. Any other possible reasons? Thanks
Although your periods comes on time always don't mean that you'll never get a late period as it can be delayed by numerous of things and I noted few below for you to look at.
If they don't come then only thing to do is get a GP appointment and discuss things over with them.
I'm a dual registered adult nurse & midwife and I won't commit to say what is the problems maybe because of it not being that as reason why you should see your GP about this if they don't come soon.


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Is it possible to miss a period for a month.....
Yes, you may have a missed period for many reasons other than pregnancy. The reasons why you miss your period for a month may include stress, low body weight, obesity, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), use of birth control, certain chronic diseases, early perimenopause, and thyroid issues.


How late can a period be if not pregnant.......
Some people have their period every 28 days like clockwork. But most people will experience a late or missed period at least once without being pregnant, and that's perfectly normal.


“On average, these cycles are 24 to 38 days long.” That means that a 28-day cycle one month and a 26-day cycle the next month is probably nothing to worry about. Your period might be considered late if: It's been more than 38 days since your last period
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