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Delayed period after having sex. HPT showed negative result, but gained weight. Pregnant?

my monthly period delayed up to two months. in which i have intercourse with my boy frnd once just six to seven days after my last period.I also afraid about pregnancy which i dont want.I used pregnancy card and found negative test just yesterday.i am very weak and having weight 35 kg to 40 kg and age 22 yrs.please tellwhat to do to have period now.
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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The most likely cause for delay in periods in you,in absence of pregnancy,seems to be your being underweight.
The resumption of normal periods is not a problem as it can be done with the help of medicines but the most important thing is to treat your weight and it's associated deficiencies like deficiency of iron,calcium,protein etc.
You must consult your doctor and take a comprehensive treatment for your delay in periods and your deficiencies and less weight.
It would be very good if you can take the services of a nutritionist along with a Gynecologist.
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