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Can I delay my period for a month?

Hello. I am going to a training camp for about a month and I need to delay my period for as long as possible. I am in the middle of my cycle and I was wondering if I can delay my period for about 25-30 days.
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Hi there and welcome. Are you on the pill by any chance?  
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If not (as then you would just not take the week of inactive pills and go straight to your next pill pack), your doctor could prescribe for you a pill that will then cause you to not have a period for that time.  Norethisteone will do that or another birth control pill. There are lots of 'home remedy' ideas but I don't think you can really count on those.  Can you see your doctor?
hello. thank you for your answer. no I am not on the pill. I am already taking
Dydrogesterone, so I am not sure if I can also get norethisteone. unfortunately  I can't see my doctor rn and that's why I asked for any possible ideas. also  think I already had my ovulation so do you think its possible for the pill to work if I start taking it now?
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