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Hsaansnsn6776 Wed 01-May-19 17:17:43

Dd is 15 days after expected period day and.... no period 😕 have been fairly regular before give or take a few days... she had 1 weird shoe light period almost a year ago and dd reckons she’s been having hot flushes once or twice a day (although getting warmer and not taking blazer off = warmth) she’s also been having sore top of leg/ bottom of hip
Help please.... upon research I’ve found early menopause so I’m trying not to use google doctor anymore.... help!!

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Hsaansnsn6776 Wed 01-May-19 17:18:18

Brown not shoe

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dementedpixie Wed 01-May-19 17:21:41

When did she start them ? Dd started hers at 11 but still has erratic periods now at age 15

Hsaansnsn6776 Wed 01-May-19 17:23:45

About 12... 2 weeks late tho despite it seeming to have settled?!?!?

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dementedpixie Wed 01-May-19 17:25:03

Is she having a stressful time at the moment? That cab affect them too. I randomly missed one for no reason a few months ago

Hsaansnsn6776 Wed 01-May-19 17:26:54

You could be right.... I think she’s been upset about grandmother being diagnosed with cancer (should get better tho) and she’s got RE gcse this year. Although she’s always been a stresser!!!

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Hsaansnsn6776 Wed 01-May-19 17:45:54

Bump

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Whyisitallsostressful Wed 01-May-19 23:05:15

Is there any possibility she could be pregnant?

Chillyourbeans Wed 01-May-19 23:23:53

Symptoms sound much more like a benign ovarian cyst than early menopause. Very common in girls that age but ask GP to arrange a scan.

Hsaansnsn6776 Thu 02-May-19 06:51:35

Whyisitallsostressful

No, fortunately she definitely isn’t, everyone says that but no, she isn’t

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birkenstok Thu 02-May-19 11:06:37

Hi, I think it would be best for her to discuss this directly with a doctor, gynecologist or GP.
Try not to worry, general mood (incl. stress) does indeed influence and affect hormones and cycles. When I was in my Erasmus year, I had 6-7 months without period and nothing else wrong. Gynecologist was very reassuring. All the best.

Hsaansnsn6776 Thu 02-May-19 15:52:59

When should she visit? 15 days doesn’t seem important enough, but when does it become a worry? Bear in mind she has only had about 2 predictable periods?!?!

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User10fuckingmillion Thu 02-May-19 15:57:00

I’d have thought this was quite normal. It certainly was for me at that age. And if she’s only had two predictable periods before it’s VERY normal!

Hsaansnsn6776 Thu 02-May-19 16:01:39

Periods for 2 years and sort of monthly but a few days off...

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Luna9 Thu 02-May-19 17:10:56

It can be caused by different things including thyroid problems. I would arrange an appointment with the GP for blood test and they will send a scan if necessary too.

I missed my period for 4 months due to hyperthyroidism; feeling hot is another symptom, stress thriger it too.. Do not picnic and take her to the doctor.

Whyisitallsostressful Thu 02-May-19 17:13:04

I think the frequency of period at this age is maybe less concerning, but the other symptoms (if they seem to be more severe than typical period pain & aches) is what I would speak to a dr about.

The only problem is, that assessing whether there is any kind of issue might be relatively uncomfortable for her, especially with her being the age she is.

Someone more medically inclined might correct me on this, but when I had a suspected cyst, it was an internal examination and you may feel that that’s not the route you want to go down given that it could be totally normal to have an irregular period at 15.

stucknoue Thu 02-May-19 17:22:11

Give it a couple more weeks, as others have said, stress is a possibility, maybe make an appointment for half term - do ask for a female dr as teenagers may feel awkward if it's a man (you can always cancel if not needed). Don't just leave it though as there is a variety of very rare but possible reasons other than stress.

Hsaansnsn6776 Thu 02-May-19 17:48:44

I think we’ll leave it for a few weeks as she really doesn’t want to go but we’ll see in a few weeks!

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Hsaansnsn6776 Fri 03-May-19 15:54:06

She’s had lower back pain today... is this related or not???

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Hsaansnsn6776 Fri 03-May-19 18:00:34

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CruCru Fri 03-May-19 18:04:14

Please take her to a doctor - if only to set your mind at rest.

Please don’t google symptoms. The internet will always come up with some horror.

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