Patient :I've been on birth control pills for over 7 years now. I recently started exercising and dieting, so I lost about 5-8 pounds. My period has changed to 2 weeks earlier. Do I change my birth control pattern? I'm still taking my normal cycle.
Thank you for your query.
Over exercising can lead to a hormonal imbalance in the body leading to intermittent bleeding or irregularity in your menstrual cycle. It is advisable to see the doctor who will do a scan to diagnose the underlying reason for this irregularity in the menstrual cycle pattern. Based on which the doctor can suggest appropriate treatment options to fix the problem.
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