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Can low hb delay or lead to no periods ?
My periods are 22 days late. I took pregnancy kit test thrice it's negative. Did thyroid test it's normal. Doc gave me deviry 10mg tab 5 days course but still haven't got my periods. I'm thalassemia minor my hb is 8. Have i missed periods because of low hb?
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You need to wait till 10 days after completing course of deviry to get period
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Yes besides delay in periods so many other serious complications can takes place due to low Hb
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Low HB can lead to all menstrual irregularities , low flow  and heavy periods
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Anaemia and iron deficiency is commonly experienced in women of reproductive ages. If a woman is deficient in iron or faces problems absorbing iron properly, it could impact blood flow in the body, and as a consequence make you miss periods, or have them fairly late.
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