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Irregular periods, pains, nausea, dizziness. Normal in teenagers?

my daughter is having menstral problems. she only started last year when she was fourteen and two mths. she vomited for a week with the first and second cycle then was ok for third and fourth but then it stopped again for four months. she is now in allot of pain, pale, nausea , dissiness for three days now and still no period, should i be concerned or can this be normal in teenages?
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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Having irregular periods is normal soon after menarchie, but, with the symptoms your daughter is experiencing, she would need an evaluation by a specialist. Maintenance of a normal body weight, proper sleep and diet along with hormonal supplementation in case of need always help to relieve the irregularity. Her symptoms could be premenstrual as she may be seeing a period within the next few days but a check up now would be better. Hope your query is clarified. Take care.
Answered: Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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