Asked by Melbug18
Can A Yeast Infection Delay My Period?
I am on Tri-Nesa 28 for birth control. I always start my period the Monday after the active pills run out. I developed a yeast infection and am now two days late. Is it common for an active yeast infection to delay or stop my period? I've already taken a pregnancy test that was negative, but I heard they are not always accurate that soon.
A similar question was asked on a site where a doctor told the question asker that no, a yeast infection usually does not cause a delay in your period.
What are you taking for the yeast infection? Sometimes certain antibiotics are known to affect your period. Two days is really not a long time. I bet your period will come, but if you have doubts, you can always go see your doctor.
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