what to do


Question by  Sharmaz (12)

is there anything I can do about irregular periods?

I never know when I am going to have a period.


Answer by  buggy418 (632)

Talk to your doctor. Going on birth control will help to regulate your periods if you take them daily at the same time each day. Your doctor is the best person to let you know if that is a good idea for you.


Answer by  jakole2009 (96)

It sounds like you need to get more vitamins and minerals into your body the natural way, fruits vegetables. Also, regular exercise is important.


Answer by  Sabharish (1610)

Irregular periods occur due to over weight, improper diet habits, and weak uterine. It can be cured by reducing the weight to correct weight and maintaining the uterine by any possible methods like naturopathy, homeopathy or allopathy. There are medicines available in all methods and there is a definite cure for this.


Answer by  Che (425)

The best way to assure regular periods is to go on birth control pills. You take the pills for 21 days and then stop or take placebo pills for 7 days. You will get your period every 21 days so you know just when it is coming.


Answer by  spragoo (1500)

Some women go on birth control to regulate their periods better, but there are sided effects. It would be best to go to your doctor to discuss what to do.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Yes, there are many things that doctors can do to assist you with an irregular period. It will require blood test and medication.

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