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Nea21
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Hi,i am 21 year old virgin.i have not got my periods in almost two months. Last time i had periods on 28th feb. After that no signs of it at all.i did not take any pill nor i had intercourse with anyone.i do have irregular periods but they generally dont get delayed this much.what must be the reason? Is there any exercise or something doing which i can get my periods??
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Heather
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You really can't force a period to come.

If your periods are normally irregular, have you ever had that looked into by a healthcare provider?

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Alice
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Hi there,

There are lots of reasons, other than pregnancy, that periods can be late or missed.

One of them is age - if you're in the first 5 years of your cycle, you may find that it's extra irregular.

Check out this article for the reasons why periods are late -

M.I.A or, Dude, Where's My Period?

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Nea21
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@heather- no i have not consulted any physician.. And another thing i want to ask is,am i ovulating all this time??
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September
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If you were ovulating, you'd be having periods.

If your period has been this irregular for a while and you actually haven't had a period for two months in a row, I'd agree with Heather that it's a good idea to talk to a doctor about this.

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Nea21
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Another thing i want to know is,does irregular periods can mean that i am infertile?? I mean will i be able to concive??
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These are the kinds of questions you can ask your doctor once you go in to see them, Nea. We are not doctors, and we cannot make speculations about things like this.

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