There are some lots of women around the world who are victims of having their menstrual period twice a month and many of them are confused on why this happens to them. According to an article medically reviewed by Holly Ernest of medicalnewstoday, I will educate you on some of the reasons why some women may have their menstrual period twice a month….CONTINUE READING HERE
1. Premenopause stage
In the years before menopause, a woman’s hormones fluctuate. It can last 10 years. People often suffer irregular menstrual cycles including shorter or longer cycles skipping periods or stronger or lighter flow.
2. Uterine fibroid
Uterine fibroids are tumors. Fibroids aren’t malignant but can cause bleeding, especially heavy periods. While doctors don’t know what causes uterine fibroids, they know they run in families and are affected by hormone levels. Doctors can diagnose the problem with a pelvic exam or an ultrasound.
3. Young age
Teens who just begun menstruating often have irregular cycles. During puberty, women may have shorter or longer menstrual cycles, leading to two periods in one month. During puberty, hormone levels fluctuate. A young person menstrual cycle may take 6 years to become regular after they begin having periods….CONTINUE READING HERE