One can be said to have irregular periods if their menstrual cycle lasts less than 24 days, more than 38 days, or fluctuates significantly from month to month. This is referred to as oligomenorrhea by medical practitioners.
Persistent or long-term irregularity may increase the risk of developing other disorders, such as:
Infertility: Anovulation, or when the body fails to release an egg, can cause irregular periods. This might indicate that a woman is having trouble conceiving.
Iron deficiency anaemia: It is caused by a lack of iron in the blood. A person's blood loss may be sufficient to produce an iron shortage if their periods are heavy or frequent.
Osteoporosis: Ovulation is a source of oestrogen, which aids in bone health. Due to a lack of oestrogen, a person who does not ovulate frequently may be at a higher risk for osteoporosis.
Cardiovascular disease: Oestrogen deficiency can also increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Endometrial hyperplasia: If one has irregular periods for a long time without therapy, they may develop endometrial hyperplasia, a condition in which the uterine lining thickens abnormally. Endometrial cancer is more likely a result of this.
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