i can stay for 7months without any menstrual period doctors say i shud take prevention pills or depo provera for all this to be ok the thing is that am not yet sexually active and i dont want to take prevention i just want a normal period shud i take pills to mend my period?
I would be very cautious before starting to put hormones into your body. I would read up on all available options, so that you can make an informed decision. If possible, get another doctor's opinion.
You could also trying to speak to a doctor who works in complementary medicine, & also get some books out of the library, before committing to any kind of treatment.
Putting hormones into your body rarely comes without side effects. The side effects can sometimes be minimal, but can also be severe. It's not a decision to be made lightly, & I would say that even if, in the end, you decide that taking birth control is right for you, at least you will feel better for knowing that you have made an informed choice.
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