Why Is My Period Lasting Longer Than Normal?

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Your period may last longer than normal due to a change in hormone levels and is scientifically known as dysfunctional uterine bleeding. It may also be caused by cancer of the uterus, pregnancy complications or use of an intrauterine device. It is therefore advisable that you consult your doctor or gynaecologist.
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There are many reasons why your period may last longer than normal. Make sure you have a good idea of what normal is for your body by charting your cycle on a calendar for a few months. A couple days longer is not normally cause for concern as your body goes through many adjustments throughout your life. If your period is lasting seven to 14 days longer than normal, then there is cause for concern and you should seek medical advice.
In my opinion, your period might be lasting longer than normal because of hormonal changes in your body. You might be adjusting to a new birth control method or you might be under more stress than usual.
The reasons your period could be lasting longer then normal could be due to stress. Hormonal imbalance is the main reason it could be longer. Our hormones change as we get older, but if it's a source of worry you should try going to your Dr to see if there is anything they can do to help.
Sometimes when a period last longer than normal it is because you may have an excessive amount of blood that needs to shed. If it is heavy bleeding and lasts more than a week, I would suggest seeing your doctor. You can find more information at www.doctorslounge.com
There are many reasons why your period may last longer than normal. Make sure you have a good idea of what ?normal? is for your body by charting your cycle on a calendar for a few months. A couple days longer is not normally cause for concern as your body goes through many adjustments throughout your life. If your period is lasting seven to 14 days longer than normal, then there is cause for concern and you should seek medical advice.
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