Recovered From an Eating Disorder but Still No Period?

Question by Kim Ryeowook: Recovered from an eating disorder but still no period?
I’m a 5’3″ tall 16-year-old. When I was having an eating disorder I weighed 99lbs but now I gained some and weigh 112lbs. Last week I went to see a doctor, I didn’t tell her I had a disorder. I told her I didn’t have menstruation for more than 3 months (which is actually 4 months).

Then she gave me some pills and she said after five days, I’d menstruate. Now it’s the 10th day and I haven’t had anything. What do I do now? What I’m most worried about is being infertile when I become an adult.. I’m really scared! And I don’t want anyone but myself to know about this disorder I had. I’ve recovered anyway..

I just want my period back!! 🙁

Best answer:

Answer by jennjenn
Dont wanna scare you but the damage might be done. See a specalist in that feild gyeoncologist ( think i spelt it wrong)

Answer by KaraMarie Risinger
I have an Ed and I haunt gotten mine in bout 2 months… You need to have more then 10% body fat I think!

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