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I am 20 and never having period

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  • I am 20 and never having period

    actually there is a serious problem with me, when i am in the age of 17 then my mother looks at me with little bit different eyes and slowly slowly she tells me about the periods and ask that when ever a girl came into the adult age she begins with any type of blood from there veg'''a. So i am little confused but satisfied that this is the process that every girl should passed. After the age of 18.5 means 18years and 6 months i didn't got any type of menses over there, and my breast size even not increase a little bit .. Then my mom take me to the lady-doctor and tell her every thing.

    Now lady-doctor ask my mother to do ultra-sound and x-ray then me and my mother went to another portion and completed that what the lady-doctor said. After seeing the reports she said that his Ovary and Breast currently at child age and not growing, she gave me some medicine and told some info what to do. I use it but not get any results.

    I went to every well-know doctor in my area and take medicines and what they asked, but never get any results, Now i am in age of 20 but not having any menses, not increase any Breast (****************) size any pain or etc. i am just like child ..... please suggest me what to do. thanks

  • You should continue to take the medicine. You don't just take it for a short while, you may need to take it for the rest of your life. How tall are you? Have you grown pubic hair, or other hair on your body? You should go back to the doctor and tell him everything you've told us here and get the medication that you require.
    That which we forget may as well never really happened.


    • I would continue on with the medicine. Sometimes women just don't have them, which means that they usually can't have kids. This might be sad news, but I think the most important thing is to make sure you don't have anything life threatening wrong with you.


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