Generally, most women who have a urinary tract infection do not experience missed or delayed periods. The most common reasons that affect the period include stress, anxiety, and depression, explains the N.Y. Times. More »

The Mayo Clinic does not list a delayed period as a symptom of a urinary tract infection. Likewise, WebMD does not list a urinary tract infection as a cause of a delayed or missed period. More »

Urinary tract infections typically affect the bladder, but they often spread and cause infection in the kidneys, according to the National Kidney Foundation. Symptoms include pain in the back, frequent urination and feve... More »

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The Mayo Clinic does not list a delayed period as a symptom of a urinary tract infection. Likewise, WebMD does not list a urinary tract infection as a cause of a delayed or missed period. More »

Pregnant women can't have periods, but spotting around the time a period is due is not uncommon. Implantation bleeding occurs 10 to 14 days after conception, which is usually around the time a woman would expect to have ... More »

Healthline identifies several factors that cause spotting between periods, including hormonal imbalances, pregnancy complications, uterine fibroids or polyps, infection, and the presence of an intrauterine device. Due to... More »

To use most period calculators, simply enter the date of your last menstrual period, how long your periods typically last and the length of your cycle, as evidenced by the period calculator created by Kotex. The calculat... More »