Hi, I haven't received my period in 10 months. I'm definitely not pregnant, I'm not sexually active, I don't have any stds etc and I'm on the pill. I sometimes have sharp pains in my "lady part". What could this mean?
It's suggested that if someone misses a period for more than three cycles, they check in with a healthcare provider.
So, with 10 months of missing and also having genital pain, you should see a doctor ASAP. Do you know where to get that healthcare for yourself?
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