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Delayed period. Negative pregnancy test. Should I wait for period to start?

I am now 18 days late for my cycle. I tested at 11 days late and it was negative and again at 14 days late in the morning and again it was negative. I am never late on my cycle I have a 28-30 day cycle. I feel like I might start every now and then than it goes away. I don t know what s going on. Should I wait till my cycle is suppose to start again to go to the dr to see what s going on if I am not pregnant r could I have tested to soon? Please help
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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Hello and thanks for the query
You have to find out the cause for delayed periods. In my opinion you should do abdomen ultrasound to rule out any other cause for delayed period. Delayed periods may be due to reasons like stress, illness, change in schedule, being overweight or being underweight. You need to be get consult your gynecologist and investigated for that.
Hope this will help you.
Best Wishes
Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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