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Your Period - is this normal?


Your period is a big part of your life, even though you probably don't think about it much. It's just something that happens once a month and then vanishes into oblivion until next month's visit. For many, their period is routine and fairly predictable. However, if there are signs your menstrual cycle has changed—or that something might be going wrong with it—it's important to pay attention! This series will help you figure out what changes in your period might mean when it comes to your health.

If it's taking a while to get started.

If your period is taking a while to get started, there's a good chance that you're not ovulating regularly. If this happens every month and it's been going on for more than a year, it could be due to pregnancy or stress.

If you've never missed a period before but now, you're starting to skip them now and then, this can be one of the first signs of pregnancy.

If you can set your clock by your period.

If you can set your clock by your period, that's normal. The average cycle is 28 days long, but some women are more regular than others and will have periods that come every 25 days or so. Other women don't experience such predictability—their cycles may vary from 27 to 35 days long, which is perfectly normal as well.

If you have a regular cycle but it starts changing frequently within a year or so, this could be cause for concern. To determine whether what's happening to your body is due to stress, illness or some other factor outside of your control (such as travel), visit the doctor and have him or her look into it further with an ultrasound examination (if necessary) and blood tests.

We hope this article has given you a better understanding of what your period means when it comes to your health. Remember that just because something isn't normal for you doesn't mean it's abnormal—you may just be experiencing some normal variations in your cycle. If you're still concerned, consult with a doctor who can help diagnose any potential problems based on the details of your symptoms, including how often they occur and what they look like.

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