Menstruation is delayed for 10 days and the test is not pregnant.


This “relative” that makes people love and hate

I think everyone already knows something~

There are always a few days in a month

I’m afraid it will come and I’m afraid it won’t come

Once I find that Auntie doesn’t follow the routine,

I’m so nervous

Everyone knows that the menstrual cycle is generally about 28 to 30 days

Postponed or postponed for seven days is within the normal range

Although the length of the menstrual cycle varies from person to person

It is normal for menstrual cycle to fluctuate for about a week

But if menstruation is often delayed or early, it should be taken seriously.

But what is the matter with delayed menstruation? How to deal with it?

What does a normal “aunt” look like?

First look at the menstrual cycle

The average cycle is about 28 days. It is normal for this cycle to be advanced or delayed by 7 days, provided that it is regular. If there is no other special reason, the menstrual period is prolonged or shortened suddenly, then attention should be paid to it.

Second look at the state of menstrual blood

Under normal menstrual conditions, menstrual blood is neither thin nor thick. It is not easy to coagulate, generally there is no blood clot, and there is no smell. If the menstrual blood is thick or very thin, or if there are many blood clots in the menstrual blood, pay attention to it.

Third look at menstrual blood volume

Normal menstrual blood volume is about 50ML. Due to individual differences and remission differences, a slight amount of menstrual volume is a normal phenomenon.

Fourth look at the color of menstrual blood

Normal menstrual blood is generally red and slightly darker, lighter at first, then gradually darkened, and then turned to light red and clean. If it is always bright red, purple-red, yellowish, or brown, it is abnormal.

What is the cause of delayed menstruation?

Menstrual delay can be big or small. Many female friends do not have to worry too much about menstrual delay once in a while, adjust their mentality and diet, and ensure rest. However, if it is accompanied by other symptoms or takes too long, you need to regulate your body or Go to the hospital in time.

1. Pregnancy

As long as it is a woman who is of childbearing age, her menstruation is normal, and her menstrual period is more than two weeks after the intercourse, she should consider whether she is pregnant.

There may also be tingling, swelling, and itching sensations in the breasts early in pregnancy. It is recommended to check it yourself with a pregnancy test stick.

2. Chronic diseases

If there are polycystic ovaries, hypothyroidism, severe anemia, chronic hepatitis, tumors, etc., menstruation can also be delayed. According to the severity of symptoms, choose to go to the hospital for examination and treatment.

3. Mental factors

I’ve been bored at home recently, all day’s work is eating, sleeping and playing. It is inevitable that some people stay up late, or are accompanied by other mental stress, which can easily lead to endocrine abnormalities and delayed menstruation. In this case, you can adjust your work and rest patterns and choose to divert attention. Adjust your mentality, and the aunt will report normally.

4. Excessive weight loss

For some ladies who love beauty, excessive weight loss can also cause delays in menstruation. Excessive dieting will not only affect the decline of reproductive organs, but also “forced to operate” a large amount of fat and protein in the body. Exhaustion will also lead to estrogen synthesis disorders, affect menstrual cramps, and even menstrual flow is scarce or amenorrhea!

Of course, it’s normal for those who postpone it within 7 days. If you postpone it for more than 7 days, don’t worry, take a closer look at which of the above situations you are closer to, and adjust the symptomatic treatment normally.


About Sarah A.

Sarah is a dermatologist, which makes her pretty trustworthy, she has been a dermatologist for over 10 years, and she’s been guest blogging abour Skin Health and Wellness since 2012. She covers a wide array of skincare topics, from acne to aging, skin cancer to psoriasis, and diet to dry skin. She also evaluates all kinds of skincare treatments, both lab-made and all-natural.