Dealing With An Abnormal Menstrual Cycle | Woman's Health | Momspresso



a normal menstrual cycle ranges from 21 days to 45 days so anything less than 21 days or more than 45 days a cycle which varies less than 21 days or more than 45 days is abnormal and that is when you need to see your gynecologist some girls have shorter cycles so they may come to a gynecologist saying that we have periods twice a month but if the first day of one cycle and to the first day of the next cycle is twenty-one days we consider it normal and it does not require correction or does not require treatment but if it is shorter then we may need to correct it with some hormonal medications if your cycle is more than 45 days that is the first day of this cycle – the first day of the next cycle is coming to be more than 45 days then yes you may need to see your gynecologist get some hormonal tests done and may need a cycle correction with you

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