Thanks for posting on HCM,
Having irregular periods
coupled with missed period could signify any pelvic condition, including pregnancy
, ovarian, uterine diseases etc. First of all, pregnancy will have to be ruled out, as it is usually the most common cause of amenorrhea
. So you will need a blood pregnancy test in order to confirm or rule that out. If pregnancy is eliminated then other causes such as polycystic ovarian syndrome
, PID, hormonal imbalance etc will have to be considered and ruled out systematically till the cause is determined for proper treatment.
Just get to your appointment so that the necessary tests could be done.
Hope this helps