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Post covid late period
I had my last period on 17th Oct . That time I was covid positive. This month I'm late by 5days. I usually have normal 31 days cycle. But in Jan Feb it was getting late by 15, 10 days. Then it came normal. Is there anything to worry.
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Consult gynaecologist.
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Irregular periods mostly are due to hormonal disturbance .  Weight gain or weight loss also affects body habit of normal menstruation.  So it will come normal as you recover.  If persistent irregular menstrual cycles for three months take advice of gynecologist
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This is not uncommon
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No. This is normal. Your body is recovering
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Detailed Evaluation needed
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