No, hot flashes are a symptom not a cause so they cannot delay menstruation. If you're experiencing hot flashes and missed periods then that points to a hormonal imbalance causing these symptoms.
If you missed 2 periods and have been having hot flashes, it could be a sign of menopause. It would be best to see your doctor if you are worried.
One main reason for hot flashes is menopause. Only a doctor can diagnose the cause of hot flashes.
An IUD removal will not cause hormonally-based hot flashes.
Sounds like Menopause. Go see your doctor and take tests.
Chlamydia may cause fever, rarely, but doesn't cause hormonal-related hot flashes.
Hot flashes can be affected by thyroid levels, so talk to your doctor about the levels.
Are you over 40? Menapause is characterized by periods less and less frequent. You can go down to 2-4 periods a year for five years before they stop. But to be safe take a urine pregnancy test if you are still active sexually.
Hot flashes can be caused by many medical conditions. Only one of them is menopause. If new hot flashes have appeared or you are concerned about them, seek the help of a physician who knows your medical history.
Prozac is intended to treat depression, but is also used to relieve hot flashes, therefore it is not suppose to cause what it is intended to treat. That being said, it is not likely.