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My period is 2 weeks late.i did pregnancy test 2 times but it's show negative.i still not having my period.i also have sore nipple,white discharge.generally i almost always have 28-30days menstrual circle.i am too much worried for this.if i am not pregnent then why i did not get my period yet? how can i have my period? plz help
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Do Beta Hcg blood test and serum prolactin fasting and Thyroid function test. If beta Hcg is negative then take castor oil 50 ml in morning with hot water and you will get loose motions on the same day and periods within a week. Consult your doctor if still no periods.
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Delayed periods may cause symptoms like sore nipples and white discharge....... Its called Pre Menstrual syndrome and its due to hormone induced change.
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you need to meet a gynecologist to ascertain your pregnancy not being there and having done that, to get medicine to get periods
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For your height of 5.1, your weight of 60 kg is more. women who are overweight or have gained weight suddenly tend to have irregular periods. so weight loss is high on priority list of things you can do to help yourself
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Hi, get the blood test for beta HCG which is more specific for pregnancy and meet the gynecologist. Can take tablets to get your period if blood test is negative.
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