A woman must produce healthy eggs in order to have children. Healthy egg production is possible with a regular menstrual cycle. Therefore, menstrual irregularity may be a sign of a possible disorder in egg-producing function.
Menstrual irregularity may be a sign of egg dysfunction
Every healthy and fertile woman of reproductive age has regular periods. If there is menstrual irregularity, this situation is treated and put in order. However, sometimes more serious problems can arise. In order to prevent problems such as early menopause or severe polycystic ovary, specialist doctors should be contacted.
Early diagnosis increases success rates in infertility treatment.
If couples want to have children, women with menstrual irregularity should have their egg reserves and hormone controls checked. With simple methods, menstrual periods can be regulated and egg production functions can be treated.
If more severe medical conditions such as early menopause, severe polycystic ovaries or cysts in the ovaries are experienced, early diagnosis and treatment can be completed successfully.
Menstrual irregularity should not be neglected
For pregnancy to occur, systematic processes such as ovulation and fertilization must work regularly. The first thing to be done in a woman who wants to be a mother is the menstrual cycle.
It can be said that a woman who naturally menstruates every 25-35 days is likely to ovulate regularly. Longer or shorter menstrual periods can be a sign of anovulation (inability to ovulate). In this case, it is absolutely necessary to get personalized support from a gynecologist.