Ask the pharmacist is a great service which provides you the opportunity to ask about any topic you like. This includes medicines, advice and confidential questions. If you have a question you’d rather not ask face to face or simply want advice – our team of pharmacists are on hand.
The forum is always open as we like to provide you a 24/7 service. You can either log into the forum and post a question directly – or if you would prefer, talkhealth can post a question on your behalf, simply email us your question to email@example.com
Our experts from Rowlands Pharmacy… Rod Grundy, Justine Greenwood and Sarah Buchan will be available every Thursday on the forum to post an answer to your questions & health concerns.
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Here’s one of Ask the pharmacist latest questions;
Q) My daughter had her first menstruation at 14 years old. She only had 2 cycles and stopped. What could cause this other than pregnancy?
A) Hello and thank you for your question,
In order for me to establish a full picture, can I ask how long your daughter has now been without a period? Has she started any new medication or changed her lifestyle in anyway; for example her exercise regime? Does she suffer from any symptoms at all?
There are a few medical reasons why periods may stop, however it may be worth noting that it usually takes a few cycles for a girl’s periods to settle into a routine when they first start. If you are concerned then please make an appointment at the GP. However if you are able to answer my questions above I may be able to give you a more specific response.