i am 26 yars old .. my monthly periods come on time but this time not come what is the reason.. nd yes i had consult psychiatrist because of mt health.. so i want to know their medicines the reason for not coming periods on time??? if yes than what should i do????????????
Secondary amenrrhoea or delayed periods could occur due to a few causes such as stress or a recent weight change, gynaecological pathology, anovulatory cycles, hormonal imbalance, PCOD, anemia, infections, systemic abnormalities, thyroid imbalances, medication side effect etc. just to name a few. Delayed periods for 2-3 weeks should not be a reason for alarm, since most of the time it is stress caused. Medications are a likely cause in your case. I would suggest distressing yourself. Hopefully you would get your periods in a few days/ weeks. However if these are delayed by more than 2-3 months, I would suggest seeing a gynaecologist for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management.
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