Period Coming Early?

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Periods may come early due to stress and medical conditions. These affects secretion of hormones that control the menstrual cycle. Other causes include caffeine intake and change of birth control pills.
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Your period can occur early (less than 28 days from the beginning of your last period) due to an increase in cortisol. Cortisol is a substance that is released in the brain in response
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Well its kind of embarrassing to talk of this. Your period can come at any time of the month because you have to have it at some point in time unless you get monthly ones. Now depending
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sometimes, a womans hormones can get off track. Maybe its birth
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I haven't taken birth control before but I do know that it will most likely cause abnormal cycles.
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Why Does Your Period Come Early?
Your period can occur early (less than 28 days from the beginning of your last period) due to an increase in cortisol. Cortisol is a substance that is released in the brain in response to stress. Cortisol can cause an imbalance in hormones such as... More »
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Period may come early for reasons that include increased stress, hormonal transition as in menopause or menarche or as an effect of using birth control pills. Cortisol is produced with increased levels of stress and this may trigger the early periods. This amy also occur as a result of certain health conditions such as ovarian cysts, inflammatory bowel disease and endometriosis
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