The normal menstrual cycle is 21-35 days with a menstrual length of 2-7 days and the volume or amount of blood that comes out is 30-70 ml. If you experience irregular menstrual cycles, there are several factors that can affect your menstrual cycle, namely:
Stress and anxiety or moderate psychological problems Physical fatigue Drastic weight changes Lack of nutrition Side effects of contraceptives when using birth control Medical conditions: hormonal instability, ovarian cysts, polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease, chronic disease If you have previously seen a doctor womb and has been given treatment but complaints of irregular menstruation occur again, I suggest that you go to the obstetrician again so that further evaluation can be carried out related to the results of treatment and also the doctor will provide further treatment in accordance with the results of the examination.
Meanwhile, you should also improve your lifestyle to be healthier with the following tips:
Adequate rest Avoid staying up late Sleep enough for example 7-8 hours / day Regular exercise 3-4 times / week Avoid sports or activities that are too strenuous to make the body tired Manage stress and anxiety well Drink lots of water Consume healthy and nutritious foods Try to always think positive and reduce your worries yes The following articles relate to the topic of your question:
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y