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Antibiotics and menstruation - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hello?
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   how can I help you
User :   I have a question about whether or not antibiotics can alter someones menstrual cycle and by how much
Doctor :   yes
User :   my cycle started on september 1st and I still have not gotten my period
User :   I stopped taking oral contraception in june but had a UTI last month and took heavy antibiotics for it
Doctor :   Antibiotics does not greately interfere with the cycle
User :   Pregnancy tests are negative
User :   Could it have been the pill?
Doctor :   but the infecion which is a stress factor
Doctor :   that can delay the period
User :   If the pregnancy tests i took sunday were negative does that mean i should just wait for my period
Doctor :   Yes
User :   I doubt i would have ovulated recently and could have become pregnant right?
Doctor :   If yoaur tested for pregnancy
Doctor :   and negative
Doctor :   there is no need to worry
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