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Delayed periods, had taken birth control pill after intercourse, under severe work stress. Root cause of delay?

Hello madam, i am 24 yrs old working girl. Last month i had periods only for 3 days and very less and then i had intercourse after 3 days and taken birth control pill the 2nd day though i was sure it was protective intercourse but there is 2 days delayed in my periods this month as last month it occured on 17th evening. Ya i am little bit stressed too from 10 days ..I want to know the exact problem of the delayed periods.?? Thank you
Asked On : Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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Well since it only two days delayed, don't worry and wait for a week or more since many a times hormonal disturbances can cause delay in the periods.After that,you should go for a pelvic ultrasound, since you had mentioned scanty flow in the previous cycles.Many a times, scanty flow can occur after pregnancy which we called implantation bleeding.Alternatively you can go for a urine pregnancy test also.GOOD LUCK
Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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