... My mother?
Hi Angellina, that isn't grounds for calling anyone an idiot. Ideally your cycle would be something you could set your watch to but for a lot of girls, irregular periods can range from annoying to causing panic (pregnancy worries). It may be well worth talking to someone at a family planning clinic. There are medications that are supposed to regularize periods, but not once have I seen someone saying it was marvelous; quite often these hormone tablets/injections cause as much misery as they are supposed to stop.
It may well be worth having a private diary where you can record dates, symptoms etc. Take this with you when you see a professional about this.
All the best with it.
PS I'm aware that your post seems to be incomplete. I took a guess where it might be going. I'm very sorry if I'm wrong.
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