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How To Have A Regular Menstruation
Menstruation is also known as Menses. Menstruation is the regular cyclical shedding of uterine (womb) lining associated with bleeding. Begins at puberty (menarche) and continus during a woman's fertile years until menopause. Cycles usually average 28 days, but can vary from ...Read more
See your physician: This kind of question really needs a face to face evaluation with your family physician or gynecologist. Periods can be made to come on time with use of the birth control pill, but first you need to find out if there is some condition behind those irregular periods, such as thyroid disorders (very common) and irregularity around menopause, which may indicate a problem with the uterine lining. ...Read more
Give it time: You may have irregularly-spaced periods for another year or for 20 years. It is hard to predict. One thing for sure is that a pregnancy will "reset" your periods such that you will have a different amount, duration, and frequency as you do now. You can control your cycles with birth control pills, inserts, or shots. If it doesn't bother you, then you really don't have to do anything about it now.. ...Read more
I'm 21 and I do have my menstruation every month but they're still not in exact intervais. Sometimes, it takes longer. Is this still 'regular'?
Yes: If you have a period every month, even if there is a few days difference in timing, then your are regular and normal. ...Read more
My menstruation has been regular for the past months but this month january it came down 08 and know on the 28 i started passing brown fluid, concerned?
Irregular periods: Irregular periods are very common. If you normally have regular periods and then suddenly have one that is early or late this usually gets better on its own with cycles returning to normal over the next few months. If you are not wanting to be pregnant you should discuss birth control which will also help with cycle control. ...Read more
Consider hormones: When a woman has an irregular cycle, she might consider taking a combined estrogen/progesterone birth control pill. This is the most effective and simplest way to make it regular. For some women, the Progesterone iud can help as well. Make sure you're at a healthy weight, not too thin or too heavy as extremes of weight can affect cycle. Also consider checking your thryoid with your doctor! ...Read more
I have menstruation problem. My menstruation cycle is of 15 to 18 days and it longs for 5 days. Is this a problem? What shall I do to make it regular?
This is not typical: Generally, if cycles are less than 21 days, it usually indicates a woman is not ovulating and her bleeding is not being regulated correctly by her ovaries. It would helpful t measure your hormone levels and possibly do an ultrasound to look at your ovaries. As far as regulating your cycles, it depends on whether you want to get pregnant now or to practice contraception. Your doctor can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
my menstruation cycle is in january-24, in feb 20 and in march 25 so I want to ask you that it is a regular cycle or irregular..
Menstrual cycles: Is the 21-24 day cycle length from the beginning of one cycle to the beginning of the other or from the end to the beginning. If it is the former, then that would be a short cycle and you should see a doctor to find out why it is short. If it is the latter and your cycle lasts 5-6 days, then it would be a normal 26 - 30 day cycle length. ...Read more
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