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Delay in periods post covid
Sir / Madam, I had been infected to covid (11.04.21) last month and now I recovered. Last month, after completing course of covid tablets I got periods (17.04.21). This month I didn't get yet.. usually it comes before my due date. Pls help
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Wait for 10 days.covid causes temporary hormone imbalance.
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Might be due to stress and other factors also. Wait for a week and if you still dint get periods , take a consultation( with gynaecologist) Do exercises, meditation Diet : increase intake of fresh fruits and vegetables, hydrate adequately
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Test for pregnancy 1st
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