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Why might your period be five days late if it is always regular and a pregnancy test came out negative?

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2013-03-13 21:16:32
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your periods can be late for a variety of reasons, even if they are normally regular. stress, a change in diet, weight loss, becoming sexually active for the first time, may all cause your period to become irregular. its not that unusual at all

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