Monthly Periods

Monthly periods are defined as the time interval between two episodes of menses.
  • The monthly periods are termed as menstruation and bodily changes that occur monthly in fertile women to facilitate the process of pregnancy. It occurs in women between the average reproductive age group of 12 to 50 years and a good symptom of general reproductive health.
  • Regular monthly periods reflects a secretion of a normal chemical substance by the female glands and signal having female hormone like estrogen on board, which in turn maintains bone mineral health, affects central nervous system function, and many other functions. A secretion of female sex hormones tightly regulates the system of controlling female reproduction process which could be reflected in regular monthly periods.

Phases of Monthly Periods

There are four main phases of the monthly periods.
  • Monthly periods begins on the first day of menstruation, when blood starts to come out of the vagina.
  • Menses is the 1st phase of monthly periods. After then, comes follicular, ovulatory and luteal phase.

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*PMS Premenstrual Syndrome

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