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Trying to conceive. Taken provera, delayed periods, food cravings. History of PCOD, hypothyroidism. Causes for delayed periods?

Hi ...I have a history of hypothyroidism and pcod ..I m planning for last period was Dec 26 th..went to doctor she gave me provera 10 mg for a week..I took it ...its 18th day today still I don have periods...I feel very tired and some kind of food carvings as well..I have little change in my nipples as well..I took pregnancy test before taking was negative..war might b the cause for my delay
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Thanks for writing again.
The delay in the periods with a negative pregnancy test are commonly seen due to stress and anxiety. Hormonal disturbances is also a likely cause. The symptoms that you have mentioned are non specific and may be due to the hormonal changes.
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