Irregular menstruation in women is a common phenomenon. It is plausible for any adult women to have experienced irregular menstrual periods at least once before menopause. A regular menstrual cycle of a woman spans 28 days; add or less seven days. However, in certain cases due to a variety of factors this span could be missed as the menstruation period could be delayed or even skipped. Usually missing a menstrual cycle is considered as a precursor to pregnancy; however it needs more authentic confirmation and tests before the irregularity can be attributed to the cause. The other reasons for missing
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