You are having amenorrhea. Absence of menses is called amenorrhea.
It can be due to many causes:
* Psychogenic factors: like stress - induced psychogenic amenorrhea, exercise amenorrhea, bulimia, and anorexia nervosa
* Polycystic ovarian disease
* Ovarian causes: like resistant ovary syndrome, endometriosis, ovarian tumours, and ovarian choriocarcinoma.
* Increased prolactin: like prolactinomas, drug induced- amitryptiline, chlorpromazine, estrogens, Cushing's disease, Hypothyroidism.
If menses are absent for more than 6 weeks this needs to be checked up by a gynaecologist. You will need various check ups including a clinical examiantion, utraosund of the abdomen, hormonal tests, etc. You now need to consult a Gynaecologist. Discuss with your GP about this and ask for a referral with your GP.
Meanwhile for now, steps you should take are:
Lots of fluids - water, juice, Gatorade.
Vt. C, Zinc and Vitamin B complex supplements -you can get this at your pharmacy.
Regular exercise - take 30 minutes of walk 5 times a week at the minimum. This is the most important step.
Maintain optimal weight – check your BMI on the net, its easily done. If you are overweight, try to reduce weight by at least 5 pounds, this will help greatly.
Avoid smoking, cut down on alcohol, cut down on caffeine
Cut down on excess sugar and carbs
High fiber diet -vegetables, fruits, non processed meat and fish - be sure to take nutritious diet
Regular hours of sleep