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Why Are My Periods Irregular?
I’m Dr. Maura McGill. I’m an expert on nature hormone treatments.
Today, I want to answer questions about irregular periods. This is not an unusual thing, especially in very young women. Young women just coming out of puberty quite often have very irregular periods until they start to ovulate properly, and just before menopause you can become irregular as well, so at both ends of a woman’s life, she can have naturally irregular periods. Most people have a 28-day cycle, and some say that it is guided by the moon, but 24 to 35 days are not uncommon. The normal is about 28 to 30 days. A two-to-seven-day bleed is normal, but five is the most common. Unusual periods can be caused by emotional distress, physical reasons, certainly a hormone imbalance is the stand-out cause, excessive oestrogen will cause you to bleed more frequently, and insufficient oestrogen will cause you to bleed less frequently. Oestrogen imbalance can be fixed, and effectively it can treat PMS as well. PMS women who have irregular periods are just a joy to treat because it is so easy to make them better.
Spotting is important because it is common, but it is not normal, and you have to bear the difference in mind. Spotting can be cervical in cause, can be uterine in cause, and can even be vaginal in cause, but it must be investigated. In particular, when I do a Pap smear on a girl, I ask her if she has any spotting. If she says yes, I say, “Is that after intercourse?” because if it is, that means there is some inflammation on the cervix that I have to be especially careful to make sure you get an excellent sample. If you are looking for effective treatments for irregular periods or PMS, try going to www.fixwomenshealth.com.
Dr Maura McGill