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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u?
User :   hey
User :   i have skiped my period for 2-3 months and im not pregant
User :   is that ok
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   For Health purposes please provide these: Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status,
User :   female,19,student,in a relationship
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   when did u have the last periods?
User :   october
Doctor :   do u have unprotected sex usually?
User :   no am a virgin no sex yet
Doctor :   k then y r u saying that ur pregnant?
User :   not pregnant
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   A period is considered missed if there is no menstrual flow for 6 or more weeks.

User :   so what is wrong
Doctor :   A late or missed period could be because of
Doctor :   Pregnancy
Doctor :   Stress
Doctor :   Stress is the second most common cause of late or missed periods in teenagers. It may be emotional stress or depression. Or it may be physical stress, such as a severe illness, a sexually transmitted infection, rapid weight loss or gain, or strenuous exercise. Dieting or binging and purging may interrupt menstrual cycles. Changes in your usual routine, for example, going on a vacation may also cause your period to be late or missed.

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