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Delay in periods due to covid
My periods are regular of 28 days duration in general. I am tested covid positive last month April 7th and I got my period on same day. My periods for may are still due 37 days passed. I'm experiencing pms from a week but no period . I'm not pregnant. Will covid skip period completely for a month or it will be delayed for some time.
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Wait for 2 weeks. After that med n test. Any history of thyroid or pcos?
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No covid has nothing to do with your periods.. Infact covid symptoms are little less when you are down I think anxiety is the main issue here
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