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What does it mean when u get ure first period and u didnt get your second period and its been 6 months now?

What does it mean when u get ure first period and u didnt get your second period and its been 6 months now?
my cuzin got her FIRST 13 years old..and now its been 6 months... and she still hasnt gotten her 2nd one?? that is that supposed to meann?? please be free to answerr she is really concerned and i rly dont know how to explain these things to her :S please help me thank uu <3
Asked On : Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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Hi heatherr, The first period probably wasn't actually the begining of her cycle. It is quite normal for a girl to have what is known as a stray period and then have nothing for up to a year, It works the other way around at the other end of your menstrual life. When you are hitting menopause you can have months and months without and then suddenly it will appear again. Tell your cousin that she is quite normal.Had this happened a year or so into her periods it would be a different story but in her case it isn't at all unusual. Love Mel,X
Answered: Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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