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hi, my girlfriend has been having issues with her period which is always coming late than usual. she hasn't seen it till now and todays date is 29. ?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
32 years experience Pediatrics
Details matter...: If there are no ill symptoms, it is fine for a woman's period to be off schedule, longer, or shorter, once in a while. Life is not exact. If there are recurring symptoms or worrisome symptoms (such as increased pain or signs of infection), a woman can see her primary care doctor or an Ob-Gyn doctor for an evaluation.
Answered on Dec 31, 2017

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Welcome change: Hormones fluctuate. Accept or celebrate the break in the painful pattern. Celebrate the no headache, light flow. A day late is not an alarm.
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Yes: Serious illness often disrupts the menstrual cycle. Get a home pregnancy kit just to be sure.

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