Ok, it's really wierd, but I started menstruation at 17, it was President's day of 2000. It was very irregular and then it stopped and I have not had one since June, 2003. I was on birth control, which made them regular, but I went off of it after one year. Then they went back to being irregular (sometimes I would go up to 6 months without one). So when I didn't have one for 6 months I didn't think anything about it, and since I didn't have that many, I just didn't really notice that I hadn't menstruated in a long long time. Also, I am always tired, usually sluggish, and I have a horrible time losing weight, even while on diet pills. I finally set a Gyno appointment for about two weeks from now about it, but I want to convince myself that it is not something much much worse because then I might not want to go. I know that sounds wierd, but I will do that. Nowadays I'm addicted to caffiene and I can even fall asleep after drinking a bunch of it, but without it, I am too tired to get out of bed. Anyway. I am wondering if this sounds like a hormone imbalance. I am currently 23 years old, by the way.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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