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Missing period and having diarrhea. What could be causing this?

My period was due yesterday, my last period was 20th december and the one before that was 29th still hasnt came yet and then today i have just had the worst diarrhea , i dont feel sick or anything..i am actively teying, do you think stress about trying could be causing my period to be late? I bought a 2 pack of tests in the pound shop and they were negative so i know im not pregnant..
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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Diarrhea and missing period are two different things there is nothing to take in between if you have diarrhea without any other symptoms like fiver abdominal pain vomiting the no need to take any medicine only you need to control your diet, such diarrhea is self limiting almost
Answered: Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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its sure, you are not pregnant.diarrhoea, if worst, will require treatment.wait and watch.if frequency rises, you have to take t/t. meanwhile take plenty of fluids with salt.
Answered: Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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