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Protected sex, fever, cough, body pain. Negative pregnancy test. Causes for delayed period?

i had protected intercourse on 16th nov & my periods were due on 19th november.i fell ill on 23rd november-down with fever , cough , headache ,bodyache & my family doctor gave me wysolone medicine because i had to travel for work purpose. I took 10 mg for 4 days & 5 mg for 2 days. I got a pregnancy test done on 5th & 10th december & it is negative. What is the cause of delayed period?
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Stress and strain due to fever can lead to fluctuation in the hormonal levels, which can alter the menstrual cycle.
As you had protected intercourse and that too at the last days of your cycle the chance of pregnancy is very less.
So you better wait for one more week by that time possibly you will get periods. If not consult gynecologist once and undergo physical examination and ultrasound to find out the cause for your delayed periods.
Take care.

Answered: Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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