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Late period. Post covid
I had my last period when I was covid positive on Oct 17th. Now I'm 7days late. Is this normal ?? I usually have 31 days cycle. Im having multi vitamin tablet for last 15days for covid recovery.
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It's normal No need to worry
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Can happen after covid but if u remain sexually active suggested for UPT
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This is not uncommon
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May happens after covid
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Normal
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Get Pregnancy test if applicable. Else not to worry
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Need more details about your condition, kindly go for a consultation
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It happens afte covid
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