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Missed period with negative HPT. Underlying cause?

hello i dont know whats going on with my body i am 21 .....ok i have missed two months with out coming on and then i came on then the next month i didnt come on again i took a pee test and it sayed(-) i still have not came on yet and now im starting to feel moving in my tummy and my lower back i starting to hurt really bad
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
You are probably suffering from irregular delayed period which is called oligomenorrhoea. There are several reasons like hormonal imbalance, stress/anxiety,ovarian cyst/PCOD (most common) , thyroid problem, weight gain/extreme loss, irregular eating habits etc.
Need to investigate properly to rule out underlying pathology by USG lower abdomen, Thyroid profile, LH/FSH, blood prolactin level etc. So consult with your doctor and take suggestive measures.
Avoid stress, take healthy diet with iron supplements, control body wt by regular exercise and need proper sleep. Be well.
Answered: Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Zainab Hassanali's  Response
are you on any other medications currently like on family planning pills or any hormone based pills if yes then that could be the reason for your irregular periods
you should also get check for medical condition called thyriod disease which can result you in having probs with the periods
you should get a scan done to rule out polycystic ovarian syndrome, ectopic pregnancy or any other problem in uterus
would suggest you see a gynecologist for further tests and review
hoped to help to have answered your query
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