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    angiet1974 posted:
    my daughter was raped in jan 2011 she had a period in feb but has not had one since ive taken her to our local hospital for a pregnacy test that showed a clear negitive but i dont understand why she isnt starting each month could this be trama or stress?
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Angiet1974, I am very sorry to hear about your daughter. I would encourage you to have her see her gynecologist and get checked out. Her doctor will be able to determine the reason for the missing periods.

    Here is a list of Crisis Resources which may be helpful, too.

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