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    Can taking vitamins change your period?
    Anon_233914 posted:
    I started taking Hair,skin, and nails vitamins a month ago and a multivitamin about 2 month ago. I had come on my period the first week of June and had intercourse at the end of June.I didn't come on for the whole month of July. I take a pregnancy test today (August) and it say that im not pregnant. Can somebody help me?
    nsertrndmnamehere responded:
    I think I may be in a similar situation. I started taking a multivitamin and hair, skin, and nails vitamins daily about a week before my period was supposed to start, and it still has not happened. I've had all my normal symptoms and even some light spotting, but no actual flow. I've been questioning whether or not the vitamins have messed up my cycle or not as well. I know this isn't an answer but you are not alone in wondering this.

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