(Closed) Missing: period.

posted 9 years ago in TTC
Post # 3
4322 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 1992

Yup. A freak incident of skipping aunt flo happened to me a couple of times throughout my life, no big deal. 

I was concerned when I stopped getting it all together, independent of the “Where’d you go, Aunt Flo?” months that I mentioned above. That was a hormonal imbalence, but nothing that couldn’t be corrected. It was a very minor thing to treat. But outside of this condition, which you probably don’t have, it’s a normal phenomenon I experienced when I wasn’t having sex with anyone, (couldn’t be pregnant) and wasn’t particularly stressed out. I think that happened twice in my lifetime of periods. 

Post # 4
6468 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2011 - Sydney, Australia

@jesstagirl:  I used to have MIA periods all the time. Turns out, I wasn’t ovulating at all, hence no bleeding. Do you know if you ovulated in the month before your missing period? Might be worth keeping track of for future references – just so you know what’s happening if AF doesn’t show!

Post # 5
753 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I’m going through this right now, except I’m nearing two months without a period. Have you recently gotten off birth control? I came off the pill in February, had a normal cycle, and now I’m missing AF. Sometimes it takes a while to regulate after coming off the pill. Try not to worry, and keep us posted!

Post # 6
228 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I was on bc – the mini pill, which can sometimes suppress ovulation. It hadn’t happened to me in 3 years, until this past summer when my period went missing for over 2 months. I decided to stop taking the pill and my period came within 2 weeks. Hope everything works out the way you want it to!  🙂

Post # 8
1998 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

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@jesstagirl:  You can get a positive OPK and not ovulate! The only way to confirm ovulation is with a progesterone test 7 days after you THINK you ovulated, and even that can be iffy sometimes.

I would guess that you are just having a longer than normal cycle (you ovulated later than you thought) or an anovulatory cycle. They happen sometimes, even to the most regular of people.

I hope you get some answers, or your period, soon!

Post # 9
5107 posts
Bee Keeper

Hey lady. Any updates?

Post # 10
1998 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

I was wondering the same thing. 🙂

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