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Wisdom teeth removed, delayed menstrual cycle. Can dental surgery delay periods?

Hi, I had my wisdom teeth removed 2 days ago on November 28th, 2012. My monthly period is scattered from month to month and its not always on the same date. However, last month i started on the 29th and today is the 30th. I haven t had any pregnancy signs its just that i am worried that im pregnant. Can having this surgery delay my monthly period?
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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As you have mentioned,your monthly period is scattered from month to month.Dental surgery usually will not cause any delay in periods.
The antibiotics administered can alter period in rare occasions.
Lead a healthy life style.Take plenty of fluids and balanced diet.
Exercise regularly.
Avoid intake of carbonated drinks or artificial food stuffs.
If symptoms persists,please do visit a physician.
Hope this helps.
Answered: Wed, 29 May 2013
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