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Missed periods, had taken medicines for sore throat, cold. Could that lead to delay?

Hi. I was suffering from sore throat and cold last week.i took azithral for 3 days, twice a day and deletus for about 4 days.i was also having vitamin c tablets along with the other 2 medicines. However I ve missed my periods this month which was due on 20th.has the combination of medicines lead to postponement of period? Please help and suggest how to get my period regularly.i will be getting married soon, so please suggest some medicine which will make my period more regular.
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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hi.azithral and deletus wont interfere with your menstruation so is vit c.slightly irregular period is a common thing for which you should not worry esp if its for the first time if its getting delayed.i assure you not to get worried for it, if you still have the fear or the problem its always better to get yourself checked and examined by a gynaecologist before marriage, as it always boosts your confidence, alleviates your fear and guides you.
hope that answers your querry..
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