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It appears that your periods have become scantier over the past few months and you have also missed a period. It is not unusual for periods to change like this if you are going through a significant life event such as weight gain or loss, moving home, starting a new job or college or moving house. If not it is probably best to see your gynaecologist for some tests to rule out any significant problems. Keep a menstrual calendar so that you have a clear visual picture to show your doctor.
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