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If your periods are more than 10 days late then you should be considering getting a thorough check-up done with your gynecologist/healthcare provider to look for the underlying cause. This could also signal early menopause with delay in periods as one of the symptoms of perimenopause (if chances of pregnancy are ruled out).
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