What Causes a Phantom Period?

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Phantom Periods are menstrual periods that are not accompanies by menses. These periods are accompanied by all the normal symptoms of menstruation at the time a woman usually expects her periods, but no period ever arrives. One may feel fatigued and irritable but no blood will be forthcoming.
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