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Nearly 15 and never had a period

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Question - (11 April 2010) 15 Answers - (Newest, 8 May 2010)
A female United Kingdom age 18-21, anonymous writes:

Hi im nearly 15 and I haven't had my period what should I do?

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A reader, anonymous, writes (8 May 2010):

hiyya look don't worry about it. I'm 14 an started wen I was 12 an tbh I hated it. it doesn't make me feel any more grown up all it does is make u feel groggy an uncomfortable. did ur mum or gran hav the same problem? wer thy late to? if so thn ur time will come bt for jst now be happy uve not got urs x xxx

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A female reader, mimi:D United States +, writes (8 May 2010):

you shouldnt contact a docer till your about 16. if you dotn get around your 16th year there sould be a problem. Also ask your mom and grandmother when they had theirs ill give you an example if your mother had hers at 12 and your gradnmother had hers at 14 then you should have it around 13. mabey your mom and grandmom had theirs late aswell

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A reader, anonymous, writes (20 April 2010):

I would recoment going to the doctor or nurse, i know it may seem weird talking to him/her at first, but they are there to help, and if they are female (i would recoment seeing a female doctor)they've been there themself and understand (: hope this helped

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A female reader, MiSS KaT United States +, writes (13 April 2010):

dont worry about that. be happy that you dont have a period. it such a pain in that ass to deal with. i started when i was 12.

but if you are worried go to the doctors and ask.

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A female reader, Ich_liebe_dich Philippines +, writes (12 April 2010):

Ich_liebe_dich agony auntDont worry sweety, if you dont have your period when you are already in 20 above then i think you can start worrying, but for now, you can only enjoy your self and relax..

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (12 April 2010):

my brother at 18 still looked like an 11 year old - six months later and he blossomed fully into manhood with hair, height and that deep deep voice. He went from my little baby bro, to holy cow "a man" seemingly over night :) Some people bloom later than others and some sooner than others - i know someone who started their period at 6 and another girl who started her period at 20 - your body will do it when its ready :)

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A female reader, pinkgoblin15 United States +, writes (11 April 2010):

pinkgoblin15 agony auntMy sister never got her period till she was 19 don't worry about it every woman is different

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A female reader, Blod United Kingdom +, writes (11 April 2010):

Blod agony auntNothing. It's normal. Some girls start as young as 8 or 9. Others start much later at about 16. So there's nothing wrong. If you haven't had your first period by the time you're about 16 then check it out with your doctor. But there's nothing to worry about at the moment.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (11 April 2010):

go and see your doctor if your worried or tell your mam or someone you feel comfortable speaking to.

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (11 April 2010):

Dont worry about it, your just a late bloomer.

I know youve probably heard this a 1000 times so if your still worried going to see the Dr to set your mind at rest is never a bad idea.

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A female reader, IrishGal  Ireland +, writes (11 April 2010):

First of all take a deep breath and relax! It is very normal for people to get their period at different times! some as late as 17! it depends on many differnt things including weight and hormones!

They will kick in soon enough so try not to worry..

:)

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A female reader, Anonymous_NF  +, writes (11 April 2010):

Anonymous_NF agony auntHey don't worry about it, the more you stress the worse it will get. My friend got her first period when she was 16 years old. If it really bothers you, you can ask your mother to take you to a doctor just for a check up. But I don't think it's something you have to worry about. Try to relax and forget about it. It will come, don't you worry :)

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (11 April 2010):

ask a doctor or go to a doctor

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A female reader, hpoco Switzerland +, writes (11 April 2010):

hpoco agony auntWait. If it doesn't come by the age of 17/18, then ask a doctor if she/he thinks something may be wrong.

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A female reader, jumpupshoutout United Kingdom +, writes (11 April 2010):

jumpupshoutout agony auntthere is people in the world that dont get a period till there 18 and dont worry there are books and stuff on puberty trust me sex ed. dosent tell you everything

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