1. Exercise and diet 
    - Regular physical exercise in the form of walking, jogging, yoga, dancing, cycling is a must. 
    - Regularisation of eating habits, avoiding junk food and too much eating of outside food should be  done.
    - Don't skip breakfast.
    - Three square meals with dinner by 8 pm.
    - Two small in between healthy snacks on salads sprouts or nuts should be done. 
    - Drink plenty of oral liquids. 
    - Exercise & diet have a value as they will keep your body fit and weight under control.
  2. Healthy lifestyle
    - Early to bed and early to rise was the ‘Mantram’ given by our elders. It still holds true.
    - Your body is the only place where you live. Take utmost care of it.
    - Meditating for some time daily will calm your mind and will maintain positive outlook.
    - It is a scientific fact that stress causes hormonal imbalance.
    - Avoid unwanted factors in life, be it alcohol, smoke or excessive social media.
  3. Hormones check
    - Most common cause of irregular menses is hormonal imbalance.
    - Disorders of thyroid and prolactin hormones is commonly seen.
    - Diagnosis of these conditions can easily done in blood tests & subsequently medicines can be started.
    PCOS (PCOD) - Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome - is another hormonal imbalance disorder, which is now on a rise. It's diagnosis also depends on some specialized hormonal tests.
  4. Sonography
    - Sonography tells us the structure of uterus and ovaries.
    - Abnormalities can be detected and appropriate treatment offered.
    - In cases of PCOS, at times hormonal tests in blood come normal, but when we do sonography of ovaries, we come to know that PCOS is a likely diagnosis.
  5. Treatment
    - Taking prescribed medications on time is a must.
    - It may include hormonal or non-hormonal tablets.
    - Treatment may last upto a period of 3-6 months.
    - Afterwards it is stopped.
    - Many a times normalization of menses occurs & no further treatment is required.