Dr. Alan Copperman speaks to Self.com on how early menopause and premature ovarian failure can lead to irregular periods.
Having your period is one of those things you learn to expect will happen to you every single month, for 30 or so years of your life. It's just part of the deal (burden?) of having a female reproductive system. For some, though, their monthly flow is unpredictable. Even for the lucky ones who get it like clockwork, irregularity strikes every now and then, throwing your monthly planning for a loop.
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