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Question Posted Sunday December 31 2006, 2:58 am

heyy...i have had my period for about 3 years now...and it is still irregular. Is that normal?
13/f..Canadian


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WiseOldUnicorn answered Sunday December 31 2006, 11:19 am:
Yes, some people's cycles never really become regular. But if you're concerned about it, ask your doctor--he can make sure you don't have any problems that need attention.

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iloveaar answered Sunday December 31 2006, 6:22 am:
its regular the first 3 years or more :S are sometimes iregular cause your body its just starting changing your only 13 =) if you where 18 it might go see a doctor


Diane

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ashlynn answered Sunday December 31 2006, 5:38 am:
Your probably fine, but still go to the doctor. I've had mine for six years and its still not normal. There's nothing wrong with mine, but two of friends had the same prob as me. They ended up with some major issues. So be safe and see the doctor.

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infatuatedxxglamour answered Sunday December 31 2006, 5:21 am:
It's not average, but its still normal. Next time you go to your doctor just tell him/her about it. They'll probably just tell you to wait it out, depending on how irregular it is. If you're just missing the date by a week (give or take) its no big deal, but if its absolutely unpredicable as to how long it will last and when you will get them then I would suggest going to the doctor in a couple months.

-Coming from a teen that has had her period for 2 years, still not totally straightened out. :)

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XoUkrainianBabeXo answered Sunday December 31 2006, 4:05 am:
Yes! Some people never have a regular period.

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gigi313 answered Sunday December 31 2006, 4:05 am:
It's not "normal" but it doesn't mean that there's anything seriously wrong with you, either. You probably have some sort of hormone imbalance (thyroid, ovarian) that your doctor can take care of with medication. Have your mom make an appointment, but in the meantime--don't worry! Gigi

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