So 3 years ago I decided to stop taking the pill (I was on Yasemine), which right after I stopped I had two regular periods, but then I started having 6-9 month gaps in between my periods. I saw a doctor, and they said I should wait. Which I did, but it's been 3 years, and I still don't get my periods. I know I'm not pregnant either. I saw a gyn, and she couldn't really figure it out. Had a bunch of blood tests, and everything turned out normal.
For extra information, before BC I was very regular, I knew to the day when it would start. -There was also no weight loss or weight gain. - I'm 21, so it`s weird to be dealing with this stuff at such a young age.
It can't be normal that I don't get my periods, obviously something is wrong! And I don't want to go back on the pill! Does anybody know what could be wrong with me??? What should I do next???? Please help!View Thread
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