Most women know that menstruation is usually every 28 days, more or less, and they use sanitary pads during this period, which lasts from 3-6 days. Most menstruating women suffer from some ups and downs in their mood in this period of time die to some biological changes that depend on many aspects of the physical and emotional health.
PMS is the first episode to eliminate the non-fertilized egg which normally gets released half way through the period day 14 or 15. The body during this period produces the hormone progesterone, which inflates the lining of the uterus in order to be ready to receive the fertilized egg, and then the levels of this hormone return back to normal which cause menstruation to occur.
The blood flow gets affected by contraceptives.
Birth Control pills or other types of contraceptives cause a change in the me atrial blood flow and that happen because the body doesn’t produce the normal levels of progesterone that should be produced at that time so you notice either a heavy menstrual bleed or no menstruation at all.
Be Aware Of Toxic Shock Syndrome.
Although this disease is very rare but you have to be aware of it and do your best to prevent it by changing your sanitary pads or tampon several times a day to prevent the harmful bacteria from infecting your body.
Other Diseases May Impact The Menstruation Periods
You may be surprised to hear that almost all types of diseases like cancer, thyroid diseases and heart diseases have an impact on your menstruation, if you are suffering from a certain diseases you may have heavy bleeding at unexpected times,
unusual aches and pains during the period or the absence of the period, indeed the period changes could be the first noticed indicator that there is something wrong going on with your body.