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i m 23 years old. i m still a virgin.bt i didn't have period 4 about 5 months now.now that i m having symptoms of period bt it isn't happeing properly.not only that my breats r always in pain n sometimes they produce some sort of liquid(white or colorless).i m on psychiatric medication 4 over 6 months now.since i started my medication i m getting fat.well is these a result of my medication ?or hormonal problem plz let me know.


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replied June 24th, 2009
Breasts Answer A6863
Although you did not indicate which medication you are on, a number of medications (including psychiatric medications) can disrupt the menstrual cycle. Of course, a number of other factors can also influence the menstrual cycle, including significant weight loss, high levels of physical activity/exercise, chronic illnesses, medications, and abnormal functioning of the ovaries and the areas in the brain that control ovarian function (among other potential causes).

I would recommend that you discuss these concerns with both your psychiatrist and your primary physician, so that they can evaluate you further and advise you.

Sincerely/ Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS

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