Some women’s periods are dependable, arriving on the same day every month, while others they have cycles that fall outside of the 28-day time frame– if this is you, it doesn’t mean you should necessarily worry. Menstrual cycles can vary each month for a number of reasons. As long as you have a period every month within weeks time of each other, you're probably good. However, if you’re going months without menstruating there are two possibilities: you’re either pregnant, or you’re dealing with one of the many you reasons you aren’t getting your period.
In the grab-basket of reasons why your period has gone missing, some are more serious than others. You could just be super stressed, and need to catch up on some sleep. On the other hand, you could be seeing the first symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome.
So, if you start noticing that your period is popping up at random times, that the flow is inconsistent, or that you’ve missed a period or two, you may be suffering from one of these reasons that you don’t get your period. And if that’s the case, you should check in with your gynecologist ASAP, as they’ll be able to pinpoint exactly what's going on with your cycle.