What Causes Menstrual Problems?

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What causes menstrual problems? Usually hormones. Hormones are usually the cause of any irregularities in your period, whether you have increase flow, or you you have decrease flow, if you have a regular flow that kind of comes and goes no rhyme or reason to your menstrual cycle, but one of the other things that contributes to irregular cycles and heavy bleeding are fibroids.

Fibroids are benign tumors that you're going to find in the uterus an those can cause heavy bleeding and another thing that causes changes in your cycle are adenomyosis. So adenomyosis is the disease of the uterus which causes those crampy boggy periods which are really annoying, however, they can both be treated.