health conditions


Question by  worker7474 (33)

Is it normal to skip periods?

I don't have any problems except I skip every few months.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

Yes it is. Hormone problems can make you skip. Sometimes getting use to birth control pills can make periods longer or shorter between or make the period not come .


Answer by  Jolie (1227)

Yes if this is the way your period has always been then it is normal. Also if you are on birth control then you will be more likely to skip a period. But there is also the fact that you could have an issue with fibroids that is causing your period to skip.


Answer by  z40 (76)

Maybe. Some say it happens in some families (my friend and her mom did). But it usually happens in the first-third years of menstruation.


Answer by  kittykat79 (5)

There are a lot of variables that can affect the menstrual cycle. Stress, birth control, age, just to name a few. Make an appointment with your gynecologist to be safe.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

No. It's not really normal to skip your period. A number of things can actually alter your monthly period. Things like stresses, major changes such as moving or a new job or an illness can change your period.


Answer by  klarke1 (351)

If this a normal thing for you and has been happening for a while then it may just be your period. But If not go to a gynecologist.


Answer by  jaime24 (744)

You can skip a period if your cycle length is longer. Some woman have a 20 day cycle others have a 30 day cycle.

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