Secondary amenorrhea 2 years update ::

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Just had my first appointment with the endocrinologist last week. Now have woken up and seem to have a period??! Has been absent for two years.. Do you think it is still worth investigating? I don't see the endocrinologist for 6 weeks so will see if I ovulate again between that time.. Bit annoyed though as I was just getting somewhere and now my period is back.. after two years?? Does this still indicate that something could be wrong or should I not worry? 

 

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    How old are you? and why were u seeing the endocrinologist? Are you on any hormones? Birth control pills, ring? 
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      I'm 17 years, secondary amenorrhea for the 2 years. If you view my previous discussions it will give you more of background. I'm not currently..I was on birth control for 3 months to "reset" my hormones and have come off it and been waiting to get a natural period, has been about 4 months since I've been off birth control... although I have to say this period is very very light and has barely even started.

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    Sorry I dont know where your previous post is. Are u seeing endocrinologist for thyroid disorder? Female hormones? Diabetes? 
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      We'll have been referred for secondary amenorrhea for 2 years hoping the endocrinologist can find the cause of it!

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