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Menstrual disorders

Menstrual disorders include periods that occur longer or shorter than the average duration
Why choose us
Why choose us
Internationally acknowledged team of gynaecologists
Age-appropriate specialised care for menstrual problems
Full range of treatment options
State-of-the-art diagnostic & therapeutic procedures
Compassionate and clinically reliable care

Our team of gynaecologists acknowledge and address menstrual issues as per the unique needs of the patients. Since each woman is different, her health needs are also different. We make personalised care plans to achieve all your health goals with the support of high-precision procedures and the expertise of our specialists.

Our gynaecology specialists
Our gynaecology specialists

Causes of menstrual disorders

  • Increased stress
  • Smoking
  • Significant weight gain or loss
  • Changes in the exercise regime
  • Birth control pills
  • Underlying health conditions like endometriosis, fibroids, polyps or PCOD
  • Uterine or cervical cancer
  • Side-effect of certain medications
Types of menstrual disorders

Amenorrhea – In this condition, a woman experiences an absence of a period for 90 days or more without undergoing pregnancy or menopause. 
Oligomenorrhea – When a woman has infrequent and inconsistent periods, then the condition is known as oligomenorrhea. 
Dysmenorrhea – In this condition, a woman of childbearing age experiences severe and frequent menstrual cramps and pain. 
Other examples include abnormal uterine bleeding in between periods, periods that last longer than 7 days or shorter than 3 days. 

Symptoms of menstrual disorders

Each menstrual disorder has varying symptoms. The signs and symptoms of a disorder depend on its type and are the ones that characterise it.

Treatment of menstrual disorders

In order to diagnose your menstrual disorder, your healthcare provider may discuss your symptoms, medical and menstrual history with you. In addition, he/she may administer certain tests such as blood tests, vaginal cultures, pelvic ultrasounds and biopsy. 

The treatment protocol of menstrual disorders is based on the type of disorder you have, its extremity and causes. Common treatment options are:

  • Hormone therapy to regulate periods 
  • Pain relief medication 
  • Treatment of the underlying cause

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FAQs
FAQs

Common menstrual disorders include irregular periods, heavy periods, bleeding between periods and amenorrhea.

Lifestyle factors, stress levels, birth control pills and underlying health conditions are some causes of menstrual disorders.

Periods that occur before 21 days and after 35 days are characterised as irregular periods.