Most common issues among girls is about their monthly period. Recent studies say that there are certain health issues which can be determined by the color, amount, and the uniformity of the menstruation.

Look before you flush not only when it comes to your urine or poop, but also your period, and find out the six things your monthly visitor can tell you about your health from what’s normal to what’s not at any age.

Below is a list of some the diseases:
Polyps in the cervix and uterus
– Breakthrough bleeding happens when there is an unexpected secretion of blood out of the regularly scheduled monthly period. This might be a sign of having a tumor in the cervix or uterus.

Painful and involuntary contraction of the lower abdomen
– When the pain becomes extreme, girls should seek immediate medical attention.

Hormonal disparity
– Irregularities in the schedule might be a sign of hormonal imbalance, which could be a cause of more severe health problems in the long run.

Thyroid and pituitary gland issues
– If the consistency of the blood flow and uniformity becomes less, it might be a sign of thyroid or pituitary gland illnesses.

Color comparable to a cranberry juice
– This is not a serious condition and a normal discharge.

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