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Missed periods. TSH test normal, taking Menozia, no results. Any hormonal problem?

I m 24 years old and four months ago I missed my period for two times and this was the first period missing in my life. then I ve consulted a doctor and she prescribed me menozia(norethisteron), after progestin challenge I got my period back and continued that treatment for three month, this month I supposed to have period normally without any medicine but I missed period again, expected date of period was 27november, today 29 but no period still. TSH test result was normal for me. now what should I do?
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
Slight irregularity in periods is normal. But if you are having frequent irregular periods, it might be due to several reasons like stress, obesity, PCOS, hormonal imbalance. If you eat healthy diet, exercise regularly, are not putting on weight, have little/no stress, you can weight for 4-5months. If still your period is irregular, you can consult gynecologist & get treated.
Wish you good health.
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