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Possible causes of irregular menstrual cycles include uncontrolled diabetes, eating disorders, hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism, hyperprolactinemia, certain medications, and perimenopause, according to the National Inst... More »

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Mayo Clinic states that the menstrual cycle is the process a woman's body goes through over the course of about a month to prepare for a possible pregnancy. The menstrual cycle includes the release of an egg cell, the th... More »

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A woman can stop her menstrual cycle by taking birth control pills continuously, according to WebMD and Mayo Clinic. These types of menstrual suppression contraceptives were first approved in the United States in 2003. More »

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