What could cause a delayed menstruation?
The first thought of every woman after her first delayed menstruation is pregnancy. In such moments, the home pregnancy tests are the best solution. However, if the woman is not pregnant, then it could be something else. When your period does not show up on schedule, it can be a bit un-nerving, especially for a sexually active woman. Pregnancy, of course, is not the only possible cause of a delayed menstruation. There are many factors both within our bodies and in our lives that can cause ovulation as well as menstruation to be delayed. Most often when pregnancy is not a factor, the cause for delay is that ovulation did not occur on schedule, which is why menstruation is delayed as well. In order for menstruation to occur, ovulation has to happen first. Then menstruation follows 14 days later – unless conception occurs. The 14 day period between ovulation and menstruation is pretty consistent for everyone, but if ovulation has not yet occurred, it is unlikely that herbs will cause mens