Women’s Health – If Your Periods Are Irregular or Stops Completely

For women, its very important to have regular menstrual periods from the time of your puberty till the time you reach menopause. Menstrual periods typically last four to seven days and occur on a monthly basis. Average cycle is 28 or 29 days, but can range from 21 to 35 days, all of these are considered normal.

During the start of puberty, its likely you may have irregular periods. That is okay, as the body is getting into adulthood and may need some time to adjust. This can also happen when you are nearing menopause (around the ages of 45 and 55) as your body is adjusting its hormonal activity.

Most women have menstrual periods that lasts 4-7 days. Periods usually occur every 28 or 29 days. If you are having periods less than 21 days or more than 35 days apart, that is considered irregular. Also, having periods that last more than 7 days is considered irregular. Missing three or more periods in a row is considered problematic. Having periods with severe pain, cramping or vomiting is also not normal. Having menstrual flow (bleeding) that’s much heavier or lighter than normal is problematic. Bleeding or spotting that happens between periods, or after menopause or after having intimacy with husband are not normal. Experiencing irregular menstrual periods can be distressing. Even more distressing is a condition where your periods have stopped coming completely. The absence of a period for more than 3 months is considered abnormal unless you’re pregnant. If you do not ovulate and have a functioning menstrual cycle, chances are you will not be able to get pregnant. Certain health conditions may be the cause of irregular menstrual periods. They include growth outside of your uterus, such as your ovaries or fallopian tubes. This may cause bleeding, cramps or severe pain before and during your periods. Hormonal imbalance in your ovaries can prevent or delay ovulations. Women with this disorder known as PCOS may stop menstruating completely. Thyroid issues, whether it is underactive thyroid or overactive thyroid, can affect your hormones, and cause your periods to be irregular. If you have a bleeding or blood clotting disorder, that can lead to heavy menstrual bleeding. Also, it has been found that stress can cause hormonal change, which can lead to irregular periods or periods that stop completely. If you are undergoing stressful events in your life, its important that you find ways to handle your stress level so it doesn’t overwhelm you and jam up your system. Birth control pills have also been shown to cause irregular periods. That’s because most birth control pills contain a combination of hormones. These pills prevent pregnancy by keeping your ovaries from releasing eggs. Going on or off birth control pills can affect menstruation. Even after discontinuing birth control pills, you may experience irregular or missed periods for up to 6 months. The medical industry prescribes drugs for irregular and stopped periods. If that doesn’t help, the next step is surgery. There is a better way. HijamaEnergetics uses only natural healing modalities to get your body back to its proper functioning and allows menstrual cycles to function normally.

Overcoming Irregular Periods with HijamaEnergetics

If you are suffering from irregular periods or periods that have stopped completely, HijamaEnergetics can help. We only use only natural healing modalities such as Hijama, herbs, nutrition, microcurrent therapy and bioenergetic remedies.

For this condition, we would recommend a 6-month HijamaEnergetics Multi-Sessions treatment program. There would be a once a month personal visit to our home office, followed by a Zoom session in 2 weeks to follow-up your progress. This would continue for the duration of treatment.

Questions? Contact:
Amin Shah
Shahclan HijamaEnergetics

Boston, MA -USA
Phone 617-787-5151 (Landline)
Email: aminshah@shahclan.boston