For most of my life, I have had an irregular period. I started getting my period when I was 10 years old. I'm now 20, and for the most part I typically would skip my period for three to four months. I saw my family physican about this when I was 16 and she told me that this wasn't a problem as long as I was still getting my peroid three to four times a year, and I was. I noticed a few months later that a small area of my hair near my part, was thinning. Also, I noticed that I had patches of hair on my back. I didn't think much of it until a few months ago when I went for another check-up and told my doctor about this. She said that i probably have hirsuitism, which is caused by a hormone imbalance (too much aldosterone) and perscribed me spironolactone. I have been taking it for about three months, but now I have been getting my period every two weeks for the past six weeks. I'm not sure what's wrong with me, or what I should.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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