I am 12, I had 2 times monthly and then stopped and for 3 months they are not. What to do, and in general is this normal?
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Answered on January 12, 2016 20:10
Ask mom, she will help in this matter. Because she is your closest person and usually she knows your body better than a person from the street. Most often, it is necessary to talk about such important things with your relatives. It is better to talk about puberty, sex and contraceptives with parents. Here is what is in one of the sources on the Internet: The natural, physiological reasons for the delay of menstruation is explained in the pubertal period during the formation of the menstrual cycle, when during 1-1.5 years of menstruation may be irregular. In women of reproductive age, the delay of menstruation is natural with the onset of pregnancy and during lactation.In the premenopausal period, the menstrual function gradually fades away, changes in rhythm, duration of menses occur, and delays of menstruation are replaced by their complete cessation. The onset of the first menstruation usually occurs between 11-15 years. At first, menstrual bleeding may come irregularly, the delay of menstruation during this period is normal, but after 12-18 months the menstrual cycle should finally form.
Answered on January 13, 2016 07:15
You have the first year, when the menstrual period appeared, and at this time the cycle is only being established - the monthly periods can disappear for a long time. This is normal. You can contact your mom and go to the gynecologist's appointment together just in case.