Multiple Periods in One Month?

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Some women have an irregular menstrual cycle and can have multiple periods in one month or have just a few periods a year. This is determined and can be changed by the hormonal balances in a womans' body. The textbook cycle is once every 24 to 29 days. A cycle once every 23 to 35 days are common as well. Birth control pills have been used to regulate some womens' cycle of menstruation. The pills determine when the period is experienced.
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