Seek evaluation. Skipping a period once in awhile is not that uncommmon. However, after 3 missed periods in a row, you should be evaluated as to the cause a few blood tests and a short treatment with a Progesterone medication should be able to determine why you are not having your period.
I haven't had my period in four months, am not pregnant I already took a blood test which came out negative, I want to know why?
See a GYN MD. You need to be evaluated by a gyn md for the cause (s) of your missing period.
I haven't had my period in 4 months now, not pregnant though because I haven't had sex since dec & I just took a pregnancy test at a clinic & im waiting on other tests on any STDs I might or might not have thats causing it. What could be the reasons my pe
Many reasons. The clinic should have already told you possible causes, could be pregnant or problems with your female hormones you need the results of the blood and cultures and I recommend getting a pelvic ultrasound by a gyn doctor.
Many causes. STDs usually cause too much bleeding rather than delayed periods. Stress, weight, exercise, diet, medications, and diseases such as thyroid disease, diabetes/insulin resistance, PCOS, adrenal disorders, and pituitary problems can all cause you to miss periods. The clinic probably tested for all of these, and you should have your answer soon. Best wishes.
Common problem. Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then redo a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit.
Many possibilities. It could be hormonal, that is, an imbalance if estrogen and progesterone. Most common would be extremes of weight (thin or heavy). It could be your thyroid or pituitary. If no period for 6 months, see your doctor as some conditions such as pcos can put you at increased risk for uterine cancer if left untreated. Best of luck.
See your doc. It is important for a women to have a period about every 10 - 12 weeks (if not pregnant of course). If you don't, the lining of your uterus can get too thick and you can bleed excessively when you do finally have your period. Also, it can start to undergo pre-cancerous changes if it gets too thick. See your doc to find out why you haven't had a period and to get one to come.
Possible causes of. Absence of menses include hormonal imbalance, medications including contraceptive pills, ovarian cyst, stress, medical illness etc http://www. Healthline. Com/health/secondary-amenorrhea? Toptoctest=expand.