Periods will be correct for 2 months in 28/30 days... in the 3rd month it will be in 40 days ...next two months asusual it will be correct ... then the next month again in 40 days ... whats going?
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it may occur in women who have anemia i.e low haemoglobin levels,diabetes or thyroid problems. It is also common in women with high levels of a protein called prolactin in their blood...it can be the side effects of certain drugs like oral contraceptives,antipsychotics,antiepileptics...it may be due to poly cystic ovarian disease as well... So I would suggest you to consult nearest gynecologists for detailed clinical examination and evaluation they will do the needful.
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