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5 month gap between periods?

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I am female and i am 21 years old. I had my first period when i was 12. since 15 years old i had an irregular periods but only 2 , 3 months gap . last year my doctor told me that is normal.
But i had my last period on 4 of june 2016 for 4 days only and now its 5 months gap . i am so worried about my irregular periods. But since last some days i have white vaginal discharge drops. Please tell me the problem .


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replied November 11th, 2016
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Hello,
Your doctor is right.This could occur while you are adolescent.Hormonal balance need to be established and that is the reason of an irregular cycle in this age.But, surely you need to be ruled out few conditions that is closely associated with irregular as well as infrequent cycle.Are you obese or deeply stressed? Those could be an issue.Also you need to be ruled out for thyroid disorders as well as cystic ovaries which could turn your cycle infrequent.So,meet your doctor to get tested for them,.


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