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love_lust
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I was ill a few weeks ago with quite a bad throat infection so i didnt really eat for about a week and i lost some weight. Im fine now but i was wondering if this could cause me to have a late period or even miss it? It probably won't but im just hoping that maybe that could be it? Thanks xx
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Ashy
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Yes, that could be it. Stress, sickness, and any overall lifestyle change can cause a late period.
MIA or Dude, Where's My Period?

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love_lust
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Thanks for the reply! I really hope that's the reason.
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