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3 Common Reasons Why You Have Delayed Period If You're Not Pregnant

Source: Vitalrecord

Absence of menstruation, however, is a negative pregnancy test

 Although pregnancy may seem to be the most common cause of delayed menstruation, other health and behavioral factors may affect your menstrual cycle.

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 1. You are in a stressful world.

 Stress affects not only your thoughts but also your emotions. It also affects your body, including your cycle. Stress, according to Druet, "stimulates hormonal changes in the body, stimulates the production of cortisol." "Cortisol can lower reproductive hormones, delaying both ovulation and menstruation."

 Why is my time late?

 2. You have experienced a sudden change in diet and weight.


 If you lose weight or gain a lot of weight, your cycle may change and you may experience a significant change in diet that causes late menstruation. "Severe calorie restriction - or why not exercise enough calories - can stop reproductive hormones, but weight gain can increase estrogen," she says. "Both ... can affect menstrual periods

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 3. You have been diagnosed with pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).

 When bacteria enter the vagina and cervix, PID increases. Sexually transmitted infections, such as chlamydia or gonorrhea, often begin with external symptoms. Menstrual problems can occur if the infection spreads to the uterus. It is important to see a doctor if you feel that your menstrual irregularities are caused by PID. If left untreated, PID can have serious consequences, such as cervical cancer and infertility.

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Source: Verywellhealth

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