A 36-year-old female asked:
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we planned to have baby in april, but my wifes menstrual delayed for 15 days , tested with clearblue not pregnant. dont know why delay . same thing happened last year october. ?

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Dr. Annie Carla Janse Van Rensburg
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Stress: Were you trying to conceive in April?When was her last menstruation date?Was she on any contraceptives before hand?Stress can cause a lady's menstrual cycle to be late or skip all together.Even just the stress to try and conceive can cause this.Try and relax about trying to fall pregnant and just go with the flow.If she still does not have her period regularly consult your General Practitioner.
Answered on May 8, 2020

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