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What could cause on going month long menstral cycles?

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Dr. Padmavati Garvey
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: No ovulation

The most likely reason for a woman to have an irregular period is that she did not ovulate that month.
An occasional month here and there without ovulation is not unusual. Repeated months of irregular bleeding may suggest a hormonal problem. Make sure you are not pregnant.

In brief: No ovulation

The most likely reason for a woman to have an irregular period is that she did not ovulate that month.
An occasional month here and there without ovulation is not unusual. Repeated months of irregular bleeding may suggest a hormonal problem. Make sure you are not pregnant.
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