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Missed period and frequent urination

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i am 33 years old, i had my periods on feb 6th 2010 and had my iud removal on 20th feb due to infection, also had sex with my husband on 19th feb ( IUD was there). my next period due is on 7/3/2010 but i have not got it yet. what would be the reason, i have no pregnancy symptoms , i am very normal.I am taking meprate tablet for past three days from 8th mar to 10th mar i am feeling thirsty and drink lots of water and frequent urination once in 1 1/2 hrs.


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replied March 22nd, 2010
Menstruation Answer A10836
Thank you for your question on ehealthforum.com

It is usual for the periods to take sometime to get back into normal rhythm after a bout of infection. It appears that your period is delayed only by 3 days so I suggest you not to worry about. Please contact your gynecologist if your period is delayed much further to rule out pregnancy. Thank you.



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