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hello! i am 23, i always have late periods. my periods are late for 3 or 6 till 10 days. should i be worry about ? if yes what should i do? thanks

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Dr. Andrea Moore
18 years experience Obstetrics and Gynecology
Start a Cycle Diary: Normal cycles average every 28 days, but it is also normal to have cycles longer or shorter. Your cycles are caused by your hormones. If you have noticed a big difference in your cycle pattern, contact your doctor. There are ways to regulate your cycles, including birth control. Your doctor can help determine why your cycles may be late and how to prevent this.
Answered on Mar 14, 2015
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