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How often can your menstrual cycle change?

How often can your menstrual cycle change?

Infinite: Cycle changes are very common and do not mean disease is at fault. See a gyn if it is too frequent or lack of more than 2 months. ...Read more

Menstrual Cycle (Definition)

The menstrual cycle begins with the shedding of the uterine lining, resulting in bleeding from the vagina. A few weeks later, one ovary releases an egg and the uterine lining thickens in preparation for a potential pregnancy. Pregnancy can occur at this stage if sperm fertilizes the egg. If the egg is not fertilized, the egg will leave your body and ...Read more


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Does your menstrual cycle change after you lose your virginity?

Does your menstrual cycle change after you lose your virginity?

Not supposed to: Having intercourse is not supposed to alter your menstrual cycle. If you are having abnormal bleeding, see a gynecologist to investigate the cause. If your periods used to be irregular, and now they are normal, then I would attribute that to normal maturation. ...Read more

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If you drink to much alcohol one day could your menstrual cycle change that month?

If you drink to much alcohol one day could your menstrual cycle change that month?

Alcohol a culprit?: People should learn how to drink rationally, not to abuse alcohol. That is if they are not alcohol dependent. I don't believe an episode of too much drinking can cause a menstrual cycle. ...Read more

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How soon after starting to take birth control pills will your menstrual cycle change?

How soon after starting to take birth control pills will your menstrual cycle change?

Hopefully when u fi: First month, my #1 pill I put my pts on is loloestrin the lowest effective dose only 10 mcg estrogen, no wt gain, least chance for blood clots, etc. ...Read more

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How do I change my menstrual cycle?

How do I change my menstrual cycle?

See your doctor.: Nothing you can safely do without some medical help. Whatever your goal is, however, is probably achievable. ...Read more

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Can I naturally change my menstrual cycle?

Can I naturally change my menstrual cycle?

No: You may read that you can take black cohosh, but it is not proven effective and imo, any substance that you take to effect a change in your body is a drug. So, that leaves pregnancy, breast feeding as the only natural ways to stop it. Best bet is some form of birth control pill/ring/mirena. If you are due to have a period on your wedding day, your doctor would like at least 2 months heads up! ...Read more

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What can cause? A? Change in menstrual cycle?

What can cause? A? Change in menstrual cycle?

Various: Menstrual cycle timing is controlled by a delicate balance of hormones. Stress, changes in weight, certain medications, birth control and of course pregnancy can all affect cycle timing. Always best to keep a menstrual calender to keep track of your cycles. ...Read more

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How often does a women menstrual cycle change?

How often does a women menstrual cycle change?

Irregular cycles: Your cycle can change every month. There is no regular, although most women have a range cycles. Normal can be anything greater than 21 days from start of one cycle to the next. The longer the time between cycles the more likely for the bleeding to be heavier. Bleeding during cycles is anything less than 7 days. Hope this answers your question. ...Read more

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What can cause a sudden change in menstrual cycle?

What can cause a sudden change in menstrual cycle?

Perimenopause: At age 50 you are likely at least perimenopausal. During this time of your life your ovaries may not function normally. You may not ovulate every month and this leads to menstrual changes. The average age of menopause is 51-52 years of age and that is defined as cessation of your period for at least 1 year straight without other causes. ...Read more

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How often should a women menstrual cycle change? I'm 29.

How often should a women menstrual cycle change? I'm 29.

Menstrual variations: The menstrual cycle is not as precise as a Swiss watch and variability occurs normally frequently. ...Read more

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Please advise if it's normal for a menstrual cycle to change?

Yes: There are many things that can affect the menstrual cycle such as stress, other medicines, weight gain or loss, other hormonal dysfunctions, or it may be a normal fluctuation. ...Read more

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Why has my menstrual cycle changed so drastically as I've aged?

Why has my menstrual cycle changed so drastically as I've aged?

Age changes things!: Many things related to the menstrual cycle change with age and childbearing. Hormone levels change; your weight can change; anatomic abnormalities such as fibroid tumors and adenomyosis can develop; ovulation frequency and consistency can change. There are so many factors that it would be surprising of there were no menstrual changes with age. Best wishes! ...Read more

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Why would my menstrual cycle change so drastically from one month to the next?

Why would my menstrual cycle change so drastically from one month to the next?

Unknown: The normal menstrual cycle does have some variance to it normally. However, see a ob-gyn md to be sure that your cycle fits the definition of "normal". ...Read more

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My menstrual cycle has seem to change. Days between my cycles are 15-16 days. Is this normal?

My menstrual cycle has seem to change. Days between my cycles are 15-16 days. Is this normal?

Normal to vary: Some variation in cycle length is normal. We date cycles from the start of one cycle to the start of the next and normal cycle lengths vary from 21 days to 35 (or 42 in some sources). Whether your 15-16 days between cycles is normal or not depends on how long your periods are. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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What can I do if my menstrual cycle has changed from 32 days to about 40 days. Is this normal?

Not to worry: If your cycles are regular, even as far apart as 40 days, I would not be concerned unless you are attempting pregnancy. Since menses represents prior ovulation, fewer ovulations can decrease fertility. As long as your periods act pretty much the same each time and there is no bleeding between and the menses are not heavier, I would not worry about it. ...Read more

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Can my menstrual cycle change if I have more than one roomate? I heard our cycles are in sync!?

Can my menstrual cycle change if I have more than one roomate? I heard our cycles are in sync!?

Could be: Synchronization has definitely been documented in populations of reproductive age women living in groups, such as school roommates. The pattern is very widely variable though, and the science of it is not well established. ...Read more

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What cause a women's menstrual cycle to change from getting it on the 15th of every month to the 5th?

What cause a women's menstrual cycle to change from getting it on the 15th of every month to the 5th?

Normal: Normal periods are every 21-35 days. They are not following the lunar calendar. A shift in the day of the month is not weird or unexpected. ...Read more

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Can you naturally help regulate your menstrual cycle? Like changes in diet, incorporate or avoid certain food?

Depends: It depends on what you mean by 'regulate'. A diet rich in iron can help to replenish the iron stores that are lost when you menstruate if your bleeding is heavy. If you are having specific problems with your cycle (missing periods or too frequent) there can be dietary changes that can help. Most significantly, if you are heavy, weight loss and being at healthy bmi can help regulate periods. ...Read more

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The past two months my menstrual cycle changed, from being about 30-32 days long to 20-21days long? Is this bad?

The past two months my menstrual cycle changed, from being about 30-32 days long to 20-21days long? Is this bad?

Probably not: Most women have cycles that remain about the same, but the cycles can change over time. The normal cycle length varies from about 21 to about 36 days - it sounds like you are within that range so you probably do not need to worry. ...Read more

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Can prostinor 2 change my menstrual cycle?

Yes!: Your period might be different. Most women will have a normal period at the expected time, but some may have their period later or earlier than normal. You might also have some irregular bleeding or spotting until your next period. If your period is more than 5 days late or is unusually light or unusually heavy, or especially painful, you should contact your doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more

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Menstrual cycle change after marriage?

Marraige or age?: Could be due to stress and recent changes, or could be early peri menopausal changes. ...Read more

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Can altitude change affect menstrual cycle?

Can altitude change affect menstrual cycle?

Space, yes: In space travel, periods are affected as well as flight attendants who regularly fly east and west international routes. ...Read more

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Can my menstrual cycle change because I took plan b?

Can my menstrual cycle change because I took plan b?

If it occurs, it is: Usually temporary. Potential side effects w emergency contraception include: menstrual flow changes (spotting, bleeding, early or late period), nausea, vomiting, dizziness, fatigue, headache, breast tenderness & abdominal pain or cramps. Take pregnancy test & notify dr if your period is 7 or > days late. ...Read more

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Appetite changes and menstrual cycle--when will they end?

Appetite changes and menstrual cycle--when will they end?

See your doctor: Sometimes if there are no contraindications to oral contraception the pills may help you get over these changes. Talk with your doctor first. ...Read more

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I notice appetite changes during my menstrual cycle. Options?

I notice appetite changes during my menstrual cycle. Options?

Not many: As normal as it seems to have this changes during cycle it is difficult to change this, if you think it impacts your lifestyle and potentially has a bad effect on your body I recommend to see your doctor and discuss about this. Sometimes medication can help with this. ...Read more

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Describe the changes that occur in endometrium during the menstrual cycle.?

Get ready for PG: The endometrium and the menstrual cycle both change in preparation of pregnancy. If an embryo does not implant then the process starts over. We do not know all the changes but the endometrium grows thicker after menses from estrogen. Progesterone, after ovulation, stops growth and cause the quality of the endometrium to become receptive to implantation. I hope this info helps. ...Read more

Menstrual (Definition)

Menstrual refers to the monthly cycle in women which prepares the female for ovulation, generally once per month, which is that time of month that the egg can be fertilized by the male sperm, for the purpose of reproduction. Menstrual cycles start at the first day of menstruation. (it's always been curious to me that 'menstrual' and ...Read more


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Menstrual Period (Definition)

Menstrual period is a medical term for the monthly bleeding ...Read more