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5 Unknown Causes of Late Menstruation
Delayed menstruation is not always a sign of pregnancy because other situations such as excessive stress, very strong emotions, hormonal changes or even excessive consumption of caffeine or alcohol can lead to delayed menstruation.

Generally, this delay in menstruation can last from 3 days to 1 or 2 months, and it is recommended to consult the doctor if the absence lasts more than 5 days, so that the cause can be identified and treated.

However, if there has been unprotected intimate contact a few days before, you are likely to be pregnant and it is recommended to have a home pregnancy test that can be purchased at a pharmacy to find out if you are pregnant.

Late menstruation and home pregnancy test turned negative
If your period is delayed and you have performed at least 2 pregnancy tests in the last month, with 8 to 10 days between the intervals between the test, you are very likely not pregnant and the delay in menstruation may be caused by other such as:

1. Excessive physical activity as with athletes or people in preparation for some competition or sporting competition.

2. Very restrictive diets.

3. Poor diet or eating disorders such as anorexia or bulimia.

4. Excessive stress.

5. Hormonal changes caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis, fibroid or even by the morning after pill.

These situations can lead to absence of menstruation for more than 3 months and it is recommended that you consult your doctor if this happens.

In addition, some birth control pills may also be responsible for menstruation, being in these cases it is normal not to have menstruation.

What to do if you have delayed menstruation
If you have a late period and cannot identify the cause, it is recommended that you consult your gynecologist so that he can identify the cause and treat the problem, and in some cases it may be recommended to take medication to lower your period.

Also, depending on what is causing the delay in menstruation, reducing the intensity of exercise, being calm, avoiding stress and maintaining a balanced diet varied and rich in vitamins and minerals are attitudes that help prevent delays in menstruation.

In addition, it is also recommended that you consult your doctor regularly to identify possible health problems or diseases such as polycystic ovaries, endometriosis, anorexia, bulimia, hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism that can cause changes in the menstrual cycle.

Home Remedies to Lower Menstruation
There are some home remedies that can help lower menstruation, but these should only be taken when there are no suspected pregnancies.

Cinnamon tea
Cinnamon tea helps speed up menstruation in 1 or 2 days and to prepare this tea you need to:
Ingredients:

2 shanks in wood.

1 cup boiling water.

Method of preparation:
Add the cinnamon stick to the boiling water, cover and let stand for 10 to 15 minutes. After that time remove the cinnamon sticks and drink when it is warm.

This tea should be drunk 1 to 2 times a day until the menses come down and if necessary can be sweetened with a little honey or sugar.

Agoniada Tea
Agonized tea helps to speed up and cause menstruation and to prepare this tea needs:

Ingredients:

5 gram of dried flowers agonized.

500 ml of boiling water.

Method of preparation:
Add the agonized flowers to the boiling water and let stand for 10 to 15 minutes and strain before drinking.

You should drink 2 to 3 cups of this tea per day until the menses come down.

These teas are natural choices for when menstruation is delayed in a few days and should only be taken for 5 to 10 days, it is recommended to consult the doctor if menstruation does not come during this time, since these teas only accelerate the descent of menstruation, not regulating the menstrual cycle.

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