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What Can I Do To Make My Periods More Regular
OCP cycle control: There are many reasons for irregular cycles. Your doctor can likely determine why your periods are irregular, which will allow for proper management. Birth control pills are frequently used to regulate the cycle, even when contrception is not an issue. If birth control pills do not work, there may be a treatable problem such as polyps, fibroids, infection, or endometriosis. ...Read more
I am 22 years old. i have my periods problems. my periods start 35-40 days and it goes only for 2 days. what should i do to make it regular and long?
Long cycle: Your cycle is still within the realm of normal. F/u with gyn if needed ...Read more
Depends on why: Certain medical conditions such as thyroid disease and diabetes can cause this. So can obesity or anorexia, medications, uterine lesions like polyps or fibroids. Speak with your doctor. The solution could be a simple a correcting a medical condition or losing a little weight, or trying a birth control pill. Best of luck! ...Read more
Low harmone pill: Try loestrin 1/20 bcp.Get a more detailed answer ›
My husband and I have been trying to have a baby but haven't had any luck. My period has always been irregular what can I do to make it more regular?
See Doctor 4 Testing: There are many reasons why the cycles can be irregular and this should be evaluated by your ob/gyn or a reproductive endocrinologist. Treatment depends on the cause. If your thyroid is underactive-thyroid replacement, if you have pcos- Clomid (clomiphene) may be an option, if your prolactin is elevated- medication can help, etc. Once you understand the cause, then the appropriate remedy can be prescribed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Menstrual cycle: In the first two years after starting your period, your cycle can be irregular, and that is normal. Although having a period frequently, like every two weeks is a reason to see your doctor. A period becomes regular when a woman/girl begins to ovulate regularly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: Age at the time of the delivery, menstrual history prior to the pregnancy and whether or not you are breast feeding are all factors that can affect your cycle restarting. Some oral contraceptives can have that affect also. There are some true medical conditions that could cause the delay but a good history and lab work can determine that. ...Read more
Regular, if it...: That is considered regular, if it happens the same way every 31 days or so. If there are symptoms that come with the periods, one can ask her primary care doctor or Ob-Gyn doctor about the symptoms. Hopefully, there are no bothersome symptoms, but merely regular 31-day cycles. ...Read more
Hi just want to ask how good is duluoton to regularize periods does period become regular after using it?
Oral contraceptive!: Contains standard ingredients. Should regulate your periods, although you need to find out why your periods are not regular. The bcp rx is a bandaid. ...Read more
Period 6 days late. Started light (for me.) Stopped in 2 days. Normally regular and very heavy for 5 or 6 days?
Light/late period.: The main reason for light periods is change in hormone levels. Causes for what seems to be a light period can include: thyroid problems, eating disorders, excessive exercise, initial periods for a girl, use of an intrauterine device, oral contraceptives, perimenopause & implantation bleeding in early pregnancy, which rarely occurs. ...Read more
How long does it take for periods to become regular? I've had mine for a year and a half and it's still irregular.
Menstruation: It may take 2 years for a period to become regular. ...Read more
I am not geting reguler periods i have a son four and half year old and want to go for second child what to do for that?
I have been having periods that are very light lasting 2-3 days on a pretty regular schedule. This month heavy and very clumpy. Why?
Many reasons: At times there may be more than one ovarian follicle and therefore the level of hormone varies which can disarrange you period. You might have a polyp, have been pregnant. If this aberrant cycle continues, please see your healthcare provider. I do agree with the first response. Just adding a bit moro info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am a 25,since a few months I have periods that stop midway and then start again unlike before when thre ws steady flow. Help? Thankyou
For the last two months, I've had two week long periods. Sometimes three weeks. I am 17, it's been a pretty steady flow. What should I do?
Get a check up.: Go see your doctor. Menses are usually irregular during your teens but you might be losing too much blood and get anemia and long periods may impact your quality of life. See someone and find out why you have this and maybe get some hormones to regulate it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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