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Caused of delayed periods, other than pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi,i am 17 years old. my boyfriend and i had intercourse on april 19th 2010,i had my period april 10th 2010. we used a condom and nothing broke or leaked because we always make sure we check thoroughly. However,it is now may 14th and i still have not received my period . my periods never come the exact date that i got it the month before,however,i am very nervous and curious as to what is going on
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User :   ok,please i hope you can help me before time runs out i have no money to pay .
Doctor :   If you are very sure there was no mistakes that had occurred during the intercourse, then the cause for the delay is probably not pregnancy.
Doctor :   There are other cause such as stress, hormonal disturbances, reduced nutrition, or
User :   i am very positive,but about a few days after that i had dark blood because it was froom my walls im assuming,this happens a lot to me .
User :   i am very stressed out and nervous,how can i make this stop
Doctor :   infection that may be responsible for the delayed periods.
Doctor :   I would suggest you to get the pregnancy test first to confirm there was no failure of the condom first.
Doctor :   If they come negative, managing the stress adequately with good rest and proper diet may help you over come the present problem.
Doctor :   However, if these modifications do not help, then you may have to get a physical examination.
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