Irregular periods are characterized by an interruption of the cyclic schedule of menstruation. Menstruation is the term used for vaginal bleeding experienced by women every 24 to 38 days due to the shedding of the uterine lining. Symptoms include change of time span of the menstrual cycle, excessive blood loss and change in duration of period. Factors such as cause of irregularity and desire to bear children affect the treatment for this condition.
HOW IS IRREGULAR MENSTRUATION DIAGNOSED?
Stress is often a cause of irregular menstruation.