Irregular periods with changes in duration of cycle of menstruation from time to time are usually found in women, especially in young women. Secondary amenorrhea has various causes, and if your 'lack of period' persists longer, than it is preferable to have an examination performed by gynecologist with required investigations and tests if necessary.
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