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Other diseases such as irritable bowel syndrome, tuberculosis, liver disease, and Diabetes can cause missed or irregular periods, although this is rare. But if any of these diseases are present, you will usually have other symptoms besides menstrual irregularities.

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The simple answer is yes. As the menstruac cycle is controlled by hormones many things can throw it off balance such as illness, stress, some medications, or wight changes (trying a new diet?). even being in close quarters with other women can cause synchronazition of menstal cycles. hope this helps comming from a guy.

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15y ago

Any stress to the body (ie illness) can cause delayed menstruation or a completely missed period for that month. It can also make it arrive early. If you miss two periods in a row, you should go and speak to your doctor

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13y ago

Some illnesses can in some people, especially those illnesses that involve the endocrine system and hormone production, such as diabetes. If you have other symptoms and have a late period, you may need to have an exam by your gynecologist.

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14y ago

no but it will sometimes give you a stomach ache. it's happened to me before

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14y ago

Affection of the sexual kind will cause a missed period if you are pregnant. An infection will seldom cause your menstrual cycle to be late.

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13y ago

It will most likely NOT affect your period, so no worries

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It depends on the sickness

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15y ago

It shouldn't.

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14y ago

Yes.

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