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I have my period... again!? - October 29th 2010, 12:58 PM

What. The. Hell.

I got my period around September 1st. Then again later in September. Then like the second week of October and NOW I have my period, AGAIN. That's WAY too many times to have it. Way too many. I am normally pretty regular (except for this summer, I'd fluctuate in between late and early). How much longer should I wait before seeing someone? I mean, it could be simply gaining weight and going off to college? I'm making changes in my lifestyle starting today to help regulate this crap (by going back to my summer lifestyle).

What biologically could be wrong? Would the pill completely fix this or would it simply make it a little better?


   
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Re: I have my period... again!? - October 29th 2010, 01:06 PM

The pill would definitely regulate it. And you would have it like clock work each month. That's why I have gone on the pill. So maybe that would be a good idea for you to regulate. But maybe with stresses going on in your life, your period just might be all out of whack. Just speak to your doctor and see what they suggest. But the pill might make things better for you

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Re: I have my period... again!? - October 29th 2010, 01:14 PM

Okay, so I just went through them with my mom and apparently from start to start they were about 20/21 days a part. Which is like just on the border of being too many. My mom probably won't let me go on the pill if I'm not "bad enough" or something. What can I do?


   
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Re: I have my period... again!? - October 29th 2010, 01:20 PM

Yes, the pill should completely fix this. Most likely once you adapt back to the college lifestyle and weight gain your period will fall back on track. It all depends on whether you're willing to wait until then or you want to start on the pill. Obviously, taking the pill will give you contraception too, which may be a good idea! However, it's worth remembering that you will have to get your blood pressure checked regularly while taking this medication.
   
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Re: I have my period... again!? - October 30th 2010, 10:33 PM

Like the others have said the pill should fix the problem and make you regular again. You shouldn't need your mom's permission to go on it since it says you're 18 and it will help you.
   
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Re: I have my period... again!? - October 31st 2010, 07:41 AM

I agree with the above posts, the pill would certainly regulate it. And I also agree that you don't need your mothers permission to go on the pill if you are 18, but then again...if my mum specifically told me not to, unless it was an emergency, It would be rude if I was to go against her word. If you get your period irregularly again, then go to the doctor, and take her with you. If the doctor can convince her then it would be great. It would be better for you to take the pills with her knowing than having to hide it from her.
   
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Re: I have my period... again!? - October 31st 2010, 08:30 AM

I would say talk to your mom again about the pill. I am on the pill because I never got a menstrual cycle until my doctor checked me out and put me on it, which was when I was around 20. So I would say talk to your mom. PM me if you have any questions.
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