Irregular Cycle. What Is It?

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You’ve heard about the 28-day cycle, but it’s important to remember that they differ. 

Every woman has a unique monthly cycle that is not necessarily limited to 28 days, the duration may vary from 21 to 35 days, which is normal. An irregular cycle means a disrupted pattern of your cycle, and your period might come earlier or later than usual. For example, if your normal cycle lasts 29 days and suddenly your period comes on the 23rd day or the 38th day. 

Your monthly cycle doesn’t always work like clockwork and its duration might vary slightly, which is normal, as 14 to 25% of women experience some irregularities. 

But if your cycle is regularly very chaotic or you notice that the duration is less than 21 days or more than 35 days, it is a reason for concern. 

Pay attention to your body and monitor your well-being with the MIA app by keeping track of your health and consult your GP in a timely manner if necessary. 

 

Sources:

How many women are affected by menstrual irregularities?, nichd.nih.gov

The Facts About Irregular Periods, everydayhealth.com

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