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25 years old is late on periods and experiencing nausea and dizziness. Is it hypothyroidism ?

Hi, I am 25 years old. I ve had late periods for the last couple of months. I am sexually active but not pregnant . Due to the delays, I am experiencing nausea and dizziness . It started last month and I even had a panic attack last month with some sweating. My boyfriend thinks it is hypothyroidism , because I am experiencing all of its symptoms. Even though I know my period will start soon, I know that something has changed and that this is not normal. I am feeling stressed and angry most of the time... I always had regular periods every 30-32 days. What is the matter with me? Do I need to worry?
Asked On : Sun, 26 Dec 2010
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hello and wellcome to healthcare magic,need not wory but have blood for hormonal imbalance going on ,it may be due to hypothyroidism but it is not always,you have to be tested for t3 t4 tsh fsh prolactin etc for confirming the diagnosis,take care .
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