The sequence of occurrences in your body as it gets ready each month for the possibility of pregnancy is referred to as the menstrual cycle. The interval between the start of your current menstrual period and the start of your subsequent menstrual period is known as your menstrual cycle. The process is the same, however each person's cycle is slightly unique. Hormones regulate menstruation. Your body's hormones function as chemical messengers. Some hormones are produced and released by your ovaries and pituitary gland at specific times during your menstrual cycle.
- Oligomenorrhea and Hypomenorrhea
- Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)