Possible Causes of Irregular Periods


Many women complain about irregular periods and there are all sorts reasons for this. One of the classic reasons is something that a lot of people aren’t aware of…if you’re not eating a proper diet, or you’re exercising too much, or you’re too thin, it can actually affect the hormonal balance in the body. As a result, you can get periods which are not following the normal cycle, and when they don’t, that’s when you run into these difficulties. It’s very important that if you’re someone who deals with irregular periods and has to deal with the frustration, you understand that you get worked up and have the hormonal issues looked at.


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What are Fibroids?

What are Fibroids?

One of the most common causes of irregular periods associated with abdominal pain and also a cause of constant stress and feeling of bloating is fibroids. Often women will have an enlargement in the uterus as they get older. Mostly it’s a smooth muscle component and it starts to grow and develop and get bigger. After a while, that takes effect. It’s kind of anatomically in there pushing on every other structure. There are procedures out there; nonsurgical or minimal surgical procedures that will work

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Caffeine and Breast Tenderness

Caffeine and Breast Tenderness

It’s a question people ask. Can caffeine cause breast tenderness? The answer is absolutely. Caffeine can cause breast tenderness, and the reason it does is it actually has chemicals in it that irritate the breasts and at specific times of the month, right before the period, in particular, it can be even worse. In addition to that, caffeine can make fibrocystic breast disease a little worse. That’s where there are cysts that can actually build up. These are tender. They can be painful and they can be issues that you have to deal with and fight with.

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