Irregular periods are experienced by nearly every woman during the menopause transition, but recent research shows that a shorter time between each period could be the first sign that menopause is on its way.
Women who have suffered from unpleasant symptoms of allergies such as red eyes, congestion, hay fever,or difficulty breathing may also suffer from irregular periods. Recent research has shown a link between them and asthma in women of all ages.Read about the main cause of both.
Women who enjoy running in and training for marathons, or just like to regularly get their hearts racing, have been told for decades...
Aside from the obvious health benefits associated with long term physical activity, it is believed there is a beneficial aspect of exercise in relation to the risk of breast cancer.
Obesity during pregnancy may lead to the incidence of irregular periods in a womanÂ's daughter.
New research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has shown that women who experience abnormally long menstrual cycles (40 days or more) are at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes than other women.