I would say most likely not. You should take a pregnancy test if you have been sexually active anytime in the last month.
any kind of sudden change in your diet can make your period stop. stress can also make it stop. the irony is stress over missing your period can actually make a delayed period skip insted of being delayed. Once you rule out the chance of pregnancy or sickness its more than likely stress or a sudden diet change if your periods are usually normalI would worry too much as long as you have it next month. Its also normal to miss one for no reason at all.
YES if your depriveing yourself to much or following the Atkins diet then it will make perfect sense. The Atkins diet is not good for you and it really can hurt your period I recommend stopping the Atkins Diet..
Low-carb diets, including Atkins, are very healthy and more likely to regulate your menstrual cycles than cause menstrual cycles irregularity or missed periods - low-carb is often used as a treatment of conditions such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, when followed correctly it is beneficial to health.
Low-Carb diets involve reducing carbs and increasing healthy fats in your diet, which is very healthy. Any dietary change can impact on your menstrual cycle, but as long as your diet is healthy it's not a problem. It's more likely that your period is late or skipped due to something else such as hormonal imbalance if you're in your teens, ill health, stress, or possible pregnancy.
That normal that discharge your period could be late because your irregular, stress, diet and age which can cause it to not come.
Your period is always changing and if you do the slightest thing differently, it could change. Stress, different diet, even different exercise can cause your period to change. It's nothing to worry about.
i have changed my diet in the last 3 days and got an early period can this happen i am on a well balanced healthy diet cutting out alot of sugars
Many things can cause a delay in a woman's period. Stress, poor diet, and a lack of sleep can cause a delay. A serious illness can also cause a delay.
3 days delay in the period is nothing to be worried at all.It could be due to stress, disturbed sleep, change in diet,changes in your working hrs etc etc. Anything can delay a period including stress, change in diet, change in exercise, any change which could cause you stress. Pregnancy may not always be the case for a missed period, however you should test just to be sure (wait a week).
Many things, diet, stress, strenous ongoing activities, pregnancy.
Not necessarily although sometimes inadequate nutrition (vegetarian or not) can cause one to miss a period.
stress, anxioty, and or depression can cause you to miss a period. hormone imbalances can also cause you to miss a period. changes in diet and exercise cause miss periods. if you have missed your period you are probably not pregnant, you are probably just stressing your body. see your doctor for more information.
Stress, change in diet, perimenopause Stress!
Most definitely! A sudden drop in weight or an extreme diet can also cause a woman to miss or alter her period. Stress, too, can cause a missed period. However, see your Health Care Professional if you miss your period and are sexually active - even if you are using birth control. remember, the only sure fire way to prevent pregnancy is to practice abstinence!
can diet pils make you late on your period ?
If you've never had any problems with your cycle before starting this diet, it could well be linked. Changes in your diet, especially a drastic change, can affect your body in a number of ways, and of course, your period can be affected too. Perhaps going back to a balanced diet, and if it doesn't clear, I would most certainly say go and get it checked out by your doctor.
The average period lasts between 3 and 7 days. A number of hormonal imbalances, stress or diet changes could cause a longer period. If this is the first time it has happened, the bleeding was light for most of the duration, you are entering menopause or got your first period within the last year, then it may not be cause for concern. You should always consult your primary care physician if you are concerned about your health.
No, if dieting affects your periods at all (which means the diet is too harsh) it reduces your periods. Something else is happening and you need to see a doctor. Hello. Some changes in eating habits or weight loss/gain can cause irregular periods.
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If you are sexually active, perhaps you are pregnant? Or it is very possible that stress, changes in diet or activity will cause your period to delay by as much as a month or 2.
Several factors can cause you to miss a period, or have a late period. Changes in diet, medications, missed birth control pills (or doubled up pills) as well as stress or health conditions could affect you missing a period. It is best to consult your doctor with any questions you may have if you miss a period, or think you may be pregnant. It could be an underlying factor, something your doctor can test for or rule out. Better to be safe than sorry!
Rapid weight loss can lead to a change in hormonal balance, which could cause your period to be late or irregular. It should balance out eventually but eat a well balanced, nutritious diet to help your body out. If you don't get your period in the next month or so, you should contact your doctor as this could be a sign of a problem or possibly pregnancy.
A diet that is lacking in iron can be a cause of anemia. Be sure to eat lots of green leafy vegetables, beans and other sources of protein like lean meat.
If you are still under 18 years old then your cycle may not be regular yet. There are a few other things that can cause a late or missed period. Stress and diet change can also cause you to have a late or missed period. Any time you are concerned about something that is going on with your body then you should be seen by a doctor or medical practitioner. It can ease your mind if nothing else.
No, it is not. A 500 calorie per day diet is not safe and it can make you gain weight. Any diet with less than 1000 calories will cause your body to go into a storage mode and you could cause injury to your organs.
Allergies, teething, age, embarrassment, diet, infection, disease
because if you lack in one of these components it could cause disease.
Yes, any kind of change in diet, exercise, sleep routine, stress, just about anything really :) Can cause a change in your menstrual cycle.
diet drinks do not cause cancer at all if you think that that is weird