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How are cycle irregularities diagnosed?
During your visit with a provider, they may ask you questions about when your last Pap smear was, your medical history, and your past experience with your menstrual cycle. Completing a thorough physical exam is also important to rule out any general health causes. Your provider may run blood tests, do a pelvic ultrasound, or perform an endometrial biopsy to diagnose what is causing your cycle irregularities. These problems can be caused by:
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
- Polyps or fibroids on the uterus
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
How are cycle irregularities treated?
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Do you still have questions about cycle irregularities?
It is normal for your period to stop when you are pregnant, but you may experience spotting. If you are pregnant and start bleeding, call your doctor as soon as possible.
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