IRREGULAR PERIODS OVERVIEW
Hormones Changes (Estrogen and Progesterone.)
Eating disorder Stress
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You probably don’t need treatment for irregular periods unless they bother you or if you need treatment for another condition that’s affecting your menstrual cycle.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and Hypothyroidism are two common causes of irregular periods in women. In general, the goal of treatment is to restore the balance of hormones in the body.
You’ll likely experience some irregularity in your periods at some point in your life. You won’t always need to see a doctor for this symptom.
you haven’t had a period for three months.
you have a period more than once every 21 days.
you have a period less than once every 35 days.
your periods are unusually heavy or painful.
your periods last longer than a week.
You may be able to get your menstrual cycle back on track with some lifestyle changes and home remedies. Scientific evidence is limited, however, and only a few natural remedies have been scientifically proven to regulate your menstrual period.