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You probably have a general understanding of why Women get their periods...

However, do you really know about the menstrual cycle beyond the basics?

  • Having a full understanding of how the menstrual cycle works can help you stay healthy throughout life and you can also avoid health problems down the road....

That’s why our experts came up with five interesting menstruation facts to help you understand what’s normal and what’s not. Here are the facts:

1. All menstrual cycles do not last 28 days

Many different menstruation facts exist stating different cycle averages. Furthermore, many period myths state your period lasts 28 days. However, a woman’s menstrual cycle can range anywhere from 21 days to 35 days depending on her age and other various health factors. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days, but a shorter or longer cycle doesn’t necessarily mean your health is at risk. Providers consider a cycle that strays from the average 28 days normal and healthy, as long as it’s regular and fairly predictable.

2. The timing of menstruation depends on ovulation

Your menstrual period normally occurs 14 days after ovulation. The first part of the cycle can vary from 7 to 20 days which can result in shorter or longer cycles, depending on when you ovulate. For example, if you ovulate on day 14, you might have your period on day 28. On the other hand, if you ovulate on day 10, your period should arrive on day 24.

3. Periods can be irregular due to stress or illness

One reason why periods can be irregular on our list of menstruation facts is stress. Any stress on the body, whether, physical or mental, can upset the natural balance of other hormones. This can result in a late or early period. Stressful life events can cause an irregular period, as can thyroid problems, illnesses such as the flu, certain medications, and switching birth control.

4. Fluctuations in weight can affect your period

Since your body needs a certain amount of fat to store and release estrogen and other hormones, your period can become irregular if you lose or gain weight during your cycle. In many cases, women with a high percentage of body fat are more likely to experience irregular menstrual cycles due to excess estrogen production.

5. Abnormal bleeding can indicate more serious health issues

Abnormal bleeding and spotting during your cycle can signal other underlying health issues, such as cancer, polyps, infection or menopause. Contact your gynecologist immediately if you’ve been experiencing abnormal bleeding so you can be screened for other health problems.

Did you know that?

Tracking your menstrual period and knowing how to identify certain symptoms can help you stay fertile, healthy, and happy for years to come... Having a better understanding of your body can also help you prevent and treat female health problems. You can check on your gynecologist on addressing issues so you can benefit from a longer, fuller life.

Research shows that our hormone production can be affected by our diet… So a healthy lifetsyle change in diet can affect your menstrual cycle in a positive way.

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