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Hi! I just have a quick question. I skipped my period for Oct and also for Dec but I got it in Nov. I know I can NOT be pregnant because I have not had any form of sex with a boy so I was wondering if you think it is necessary I go to the GYN to see what could be causing the change in my cycle?
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You should check out Heather's very imformative article titledOn the Rag. It tells you why you have your periods, and more importantly, why you can miss them.

Fluctuations in your cycle are pretty common, and can happen at any time in your life. Odds are it's just caused by stress, over-exhertion, exercise, or just plain-old stress.

Tim (a.k.a. the Dude).

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