A period is officially considered late if it’s been more than 30 days since the start of your last period. After six weeks without bleeding, you can consider your late period a missed. We are sure your friend must have suggested you to take over-the-counter pills to prepone or postpone your periods.

Delaying periods by a few days can make your regular menstrual cycle go haywire. 

Several things can delay your period, from basic lifestyle changes to chronic health conditions.

1.It affects your menstrual cycle in the long run.
2.It can lead to heavy bleeding and even cause serious health conditions.

Using the contraceptive pills for a longer time can lead to serious health issues like deep vein thrombosis (clot in the veins) and pulmonary embolism, which can be life-threatening. These pills are metabolized by the liver and thus can interfere and reduce the effect of other medications that you are on.

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