Medical Service Name – Menstrual Disorders (including Painful Periods)
Most women have four to seven-day menstrual cycles. A woman’s menstruation generally comes every 28 days, although regular menstrual cycles can last anywhere from 21 to 35 days.
Menstrual issues might include the following:
Abnormal periods can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from stress to more serious medical conditions:
Sign & Symptoms
The following are some examples of irregular menstruation signs:
Treatment Options at 7DMC
Discussing your menstrual disorder symptoms with our doctors might aid in determining which therapies are most effective in reducing or alleviating your symptoms, such as:
The most common symptoms include:
Heavy bleeding, missing periods, and uncontrollable mood swings are examples of menstrual disorders. These are physical and/or emotional symptoms that occur right before and during menstruation. Some women have no problems getting through their monthly periods.
An occasional irregular menstruation is typically not a reason for concern. However, if your period is persistently irregular, consult with your OB-GYN to rule out more serious problems, such as: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) Ectopic pregnancy difficulties.