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By September 24, 2012 - 9:24am
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Hi, I usually get my period every 26 or 28 days and right now it's 31 days for me and I still didn't get it. Could it mean something is wrong? What do you think I should do? The latest I usually get is 29 days but now it's 31 days for me and no sign of anything. I can't understand why. Tomorrow is a holiday which is Yom Kippur which we have to fast and if I get it tomorrow I can't take Tylenol or anything and I'm more worried like this. When I'm getting my period I usually get acne on my face which I have some right now. Please let me know more about this I really don't know what to do.
Thank You,

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Glad to hear it Melissa!


September 27, 2012 - 11:54am

Hi Susan, I just wanted to say that I got my period and it's my second day today. I'm glad there is nothing else to it. Thanks for the information.


September 27, 2012 - 10:58am

Thanks. Before my period usually I do get cranky, achy which I am a bit but then the feeling and everything goes away then comes again, Does this mean that it's coming? Even though it's 31 days that I still didn't get it what do you think it could mean?


September 24, 2012 - 6:44pm
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Hi Melissa

It sounds like your period is just a little late and doesn't sound like there is anything to be worried about. If pregnancy is not an issue then wait a few more days and I'm sure your period will be along soon. A woman doesn't generally need medication for her period but if you get it tomorrow, just take a warm bath and relax and the day will be over before you know it.



September 24, 2012 - 1:16pm
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