~Dr. Raghav Thukral
A menstrual cycle is counted from the first day of a period to the first day of the next. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days, but this can vary from person to person and month to month.
Your periods are still considered regular if they come every 24 to 38 days. Occasional fluctuations in symptoms, menstrual flow, and overall duration usually aren’t cause for concern. Your periods are considered irregular if the time between periods keeps changing and your periods come earlier or later.
How to tell if you have an irregular cycle?
A period cycle is counted from the first day of your period to the first day of your next period. Generally, it is around 26-32 days but, it can vary from woman to woman and month to month. Sometimes, your periods are still considered regular if they come within 35 days. So, how can you track your menstruation cycle? It is simple! Just download some period tracker app on your phone and mark the days. If you are often late than your expected date, you may have irregular periods.
There are some foods you can include in your daily routine, to get your cycle back on track. Read on to discover 6 science-backed foods for irregular periods.
- Pineapple Pineapple the menstrual cycle and gives relief from cramps.
- Ginger Tea Normalize the menstrual cycle and prevents delay in periods.
- Cinnamon cinnamon can also be used for making your cycles regular. It warms up the body from within, which increases the blood flow.
- Pomegranate Maintain the level of hemoglobin.
- Fenugreek Helps in managing the level of hormones and boosts the period cycle.
- Fennel Seeds Antispasmodic Properties, Relief from Cramps.
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