16 oct was my period date nov 16 i missed my period after 23 days start bleeding my pragnancy home test negative and i am taking tab dostinex for prolectin i have headache during piriod i have no child plz solve my problum what is the reason of late period
It is possible that your abnormal prolactin levels are causing irregular periods. High prolactin levels can be seen in hypothyroidism, kidney disease, prolactinoma etc.Drugs like Reserpine, antidepressants, estrogens, metoclopramide can cause increased prolactin levels. High prolactin can lead to anovulation.High prolactin should be addressed by treating the underlying cause. Adopting lifestyle changes like exercises, yoga, stress control can help .Other causes of delayed periods are hormonal fluctuations, ovulation disorders, thyroid disorders etc.Seeking the opinion of a gynecologist will be really helpful.
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