1 month late?

I HAVENT RECIEVE MY PERIOD FOR A MONTH AND I AM KIND OF WORRY MY PERIOD ALWAYS COMEIN TIME BUT THIS ISNT NORMAL?I NEED HELP.
Answers:    Stress & illness are the leading causes in late/missed periods, aside from pregnancy of course. So if you haven't yet, take a test. If it's negative, no need to worry... you'll just delay your monthly visitor a bit longer.
Preggers!!
you can get a home test for now, if it's positive get to your doctor for a "real" test.
well, i think you should call youre doctor for appointment to come in and do some check up test to see why, youre not been starting youre peroid month thing usually you does have it . then wait see what the doctor says to you about it .
question for you. have you been haveing sex? do you like it and do it over and over? If so you maybe pregnant. It usually happens from sex.
Well act you would need to take a pregnancy test to know if you are pregnant or not. I am 27 years old and my period has not been regular for like three years now. I get it sometimes once every month or two months or even three. strange but my sisters that way too. I don't feel alone at least but I was told it was normal.
In the first few years you have your period, you are likely to be irregular, even if you think you are regular, because of all the hormonal changes happening in your body.

If you are sexually active, you should take a pregnancy test. If it's negative, I wouldn't worry about it unless you skip more than two periods, and then you should go to a doctor to be checked out for some common female health issues that could be causing you to not menstruate.
a woman's period is the key to how her body is doing. obviously getting to the doctor should be done asap. my sister has the same problem. she spent months in and out of the doctors office including Mayo clinic. they told her they had no idea why other than it might be due to her being overweight.
If you've been having sex your probably pregnant. If not you still need to see a doctor. It could be stress and nothing is really wrong. But get it checked out one way or the other.

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