... I've only really gotten it three or four times in those 5 years. I'm not on birth control, but I am on Lexapro for depression, Vyvanse for ADD, and lithium as a mood stabilizer. I can't find any information anywhere that shows anything similar to my situation. Anybody have any suggestions or insights?
Suggestion: seek medical advise from a gynecologist first and foremost. Lots of young women have ammenorrhea, absence of a period, for long periods of time. You are not alone or unusual. You might benefit from a birth control contraceptive, the pill has helped many get on a regular cycle, I have not read any information about the med's you are on causing you to not have a period. This could be a family genetic issue, ask your mother about her period, like what age she started, and was she regular, (monthly cycles), or did she have a difficult time with her periods, and conceiving children.
There is a disease called poly-cystic ovarian disease, as well as estrogen/progesterone levels being low, or many other problems which may be the cause of the absence of your period. A physician can check your tubes to make sure they are "open", which may be an issue as well, and the cause for "no period", fallopian tubes from the ovaries allows the flow of your period to occur, any blockage may be your problem.
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