Even if you have never skipped before -- there is a first time for
everything -- unfortunately, that doesn't mean that the reason is easy
Doctors call the absence of menstruation -- 'amenorrhea'. If a
woman has never menstruated it is called 'primary amenorrhea'. If
a woman stops menstruating is called 'secondary amenorrhea'.
Doctors do not give a diagnosis of secondary amenorrhea
unless a woman has not menstruated for at least six months. This
is another way of saying that an occasional missed period is very
common -- and I doubt that your doctor would consider this to be a
cause for worry -- even though you have never skipped a period before.
Click on the above link for more information about this disorder.
Please see your doctor if this continues to be a matter of concern for