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irregular menstrual

why do i keep having irregular menstrual and i'm at the age of my early 30's? it's been four months since i have not had an regular period and i only had one in the month of april. this is not normal at all please helppp me someone.
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I would suggest seeing your OB/GYN.  I had this problem, and went to several primary care physicians who did nothing for me.  I finally went to a gynecologist and was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome.  

You should definitely see a doctor about this, as it can have adverse affects on your health, including infertility and an increased risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease.  I know talking about these things with your doctor is unpleasant, but it really is worth it in your case.  
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It is perfectly normal to have abnormal periods at any age of your life. I think if you are that concerned you need to see your GYN to discuss your concerns. Blood work could give your doctor a clue with what is going on =)
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okay, how long can have abnormal periods?
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thanks for the info. i need to call my doctor and ask him about this. because, the last one i had was in oct of last year and then now in april of this year. that's been four months later. i will call my doctor to ask what's going on.
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