Female Infertility Factors

Irregular Menstrual Cycle

Irregular Menstrual Cycle
Irregular Menstrual Cycle

Having an irregular menstrual cycle is typically because of a hormonal imbalance which effects the predictability of what should be a recurring 28 – 35 day menstrual cycle. Women with irregular menstrual cycles generally do not ovulate or produce eggs regularly which makes planning for a pregnancy very difficult. Fortunately, the majority of factors that cause irregular menstrual cycles are treatable.

These factors include: PCO and PCOS, significant weight loss or weight gain, hormonal imbalance and co-existing medical problems, such as thyroid disease or diabetes.

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