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Delayed period. Negative pregnancy test. Why did her period came late? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-May-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:i need your advice
Doctor:Proceed with your query.
User:my wife's period was not happened this month
User:it was suppose to happen on 1st week
User:i checked with the pragnancy test but it show negative
User:it show only a single line
Doctor:When did you test for pregnancy?
Doctor:Have you repeated the test?
User:my wife went to native so i thought to repeat the test but today she got her period
User:i.e., after 19 days
User:i just wanted to know any probs in this
User:why this irregular period
Doctor:Is the bleeding normal as it was earlier or is it very light?
User:it is normal but she is getting extra pain in her legs & waist
Doctor:Are her period regular in the past?
Doctor:Does she have any medical illness?
Doctor:Has she taken any medication during her last cycles?
User:s 2 months before she took some tablets to avoid pragnancy after confirmation
Doctor:Any contraceptive pills / emergency contraceptive pill?
User:it was given by a doctor to abort pragnancy
Doctor:Presuming she has no other medical illness and she has not taken any pills lately, let me answer your query.
Doctor:It appears she had this delayed period probably due to hormonal disturbances.
Doctor:Such disturbances can happen for a few months following abortion.
Doctor:Other factors such as stress, infection, anemia and nutrition could be cause of such delay.
Doctor:If she is currently having normal period, then you need not worry.
Doctor:It is not a serious problem.
Doctor:The extra pain she has is due to delayed bleeding and will also settle down.
Doctor:I expect her subsequent cycles to be normal.
Doctor:However if she continues to have irregular cycles subsequently, you will need to get her checked by gynecologist.
Doctor:Have you followed?
User:s. after abortion me & my wife were together one time.
User:i hope you understood
Doctor:I understand your concern.
Doctor:If her period is normal, then the chances of pregnancy is unlikely.
Doctor:If there is any suspicion, you may get her urine tested again now for pregnancy
Doctor:or an ultrasound abdomen to confirm it.
Doctor:But if I was your treating doctor, I would suggest you to wait
Doctor:for few days.
Doctor:You need not worry as long as her period is normal and she doesn't have very prolonged bleeding.
User:ok ok
Doctor:Chances of pregnancy/abortion needs to be considered if there is any difference in her period.
Doctor:Getting the urine tested/ultrasound examination is suggested if there is any abnormality noted.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Is there any other query?
User:ok no probs if her period normally happens
Doctor:Is there any other query?
User:next month she will get her period in this cycle
Doctor:I expect her cycles to be regular or a bit early.
Doctor:It should become normal in the next few cycles.
Doctor:Consult her gynecologist if it doesn't or if the bleeding is severe and persistent.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
User:ok then
User:no other query as of now :)
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
User:thanks for your advice
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