You can get a blood test
for serum beta-hCG
titres and also a trans-vaginal sonogram to know the cause of this delayed period. Often, around menopause
, you may get disturbed cycles and a clinical picture resembling pregnancy; so, whenever there is a doubt, you should rule out pregnancy. You may see a gynecologist as part of a routine examination for your irregular periods
, you need not have to feel embarrassed as this is the problem many women face at this stage. Hope this helps. Take care.