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Delay in period- 2 months
Delay in periods from 2 months what i do I had check by upt its showing negative result what is the reason for this
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Hello, You are likely to have delayed periods due to factors like stress, illness, thyroid or malnutrition. Fow now, do a urine pregnancy test today. If the result is still negative then consult a gynecologist for further evaluation and management. She will prescribe you withdrawal medications that will promote menstruation. If this is the first time, there is nothing to worry about. Stay relaxed.
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Do a urine pregnancy test.
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Hi, practo user, you checked your upt and its negative so relax.it may be due to stress. Do upt again today and if negative you can have withdrawl medicine.If its 1st time nothing to worry, if repeatedly delay periods need to meet gynaecologist.
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Hello. Periods are affected by many factors, stress, illness, thyroid, malnutrition. Your weight is fine for your height. You will need couple of tests for evaluation
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TSH ultrasound pelvis, hemogram
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Hi there, delay in period might be associated with one of these conditions. 1,Anaemia means less Haemoglobin. 2 , Sudden weigh gain.3 PCOD. 4, Hormonal disturbances associated with stress, illness etc. 5,some infections of ganital tract. So take actions accordingly.
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