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Should I talk to my doctor about my oligomenorrhea symptoms?

You should talk to your doctor if your menstrual cycle is irregular in this way. The underlying cause could be dangerous and your may need to be treated for other reasons. Your cycle can become regular again with a doctor's treatment.

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