jokerzgrl answered Thursday August 5 2004, 11:33 am: There is probably nothing wrong with you. sometimes stress and eating habits can affect "that special time of the month" try to eat more iron and leafy green vegetables. Either that, or plan on going to a pool party, its bound to come, don't stress out and don't be scared. But if anything else unusual happens that scares you, let me know, and I'll try to help you work things out.
Victoria [ jokerzgrl's advice column | Ask jokerzgrl A Question ]
L__A__M answered Wednesday August 4 2004, 1:32 pm: There alot of factors that could be effecting your period like: your period could still be irregular, your not eating properly (or not eating at all), your into flexible sports like dancing or gymnastics... [ L__A__M's advice column | Ask L__A__M A Question ]
kevin1986 answered Wednesday August 4 2004, 2:21 am: Periods can be irregular all the time,especially if you're still young like 13 or 14. I've never had the pleasure of having one,but I'm a good listener. Also,if you've recently lost a lot of weight,then that could also be a determining factor. It's not something to be worried about. [ kevin1986's advice column | Ask kevin1986 A Question ]
Karen answered Tuesday August 3 2004, 10:49 pm: There's nothing wrong with you! The first 2 years when you get your period is irregular. Just mark your calendar when you get your period and when it ends. This happens to a lot of girls so don't worry too much :). Hope I helped! If you have any other questions, just drop one in my inbox or IM me on AIM at fAbOlOuZ x kAy 8.
blondie75 answered Tuesday August 3 2004, 10:29 pm: In the first 2 years of ur period its very irregular. I go months at a time without getting mine. Sometimes if ur very athletic, and active u might skip a month or two. Dont worry 2 much especially if ur in the first 2 years. hope this helps!
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MFS answered Tuesday August 3 2004, 10:04 pm: stress, dietary changes, increases in physical activity, and many other things can cause your period to "tale a break"... it is worthwhile to go ahead and see a doctor - but odds are, this is perfectly normal. [ MFS's advice column | Ask MFS A Question ]
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