Altered Menstrual Cycles Reported In Females Due To Stress D
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A study evaluated the impact of stress on menstrual cycle of females. The researchers surveyed over 200 women and menstruating persons to learn more about how stress during the COVID-19 epidemic affected their menstrual cycles. Following the commencement of the COVID-19 pandemic, more over half (54%) of the participants in the research observed changes in their menstrual cycle. Individuals who were more stressed during the COVID-19 pandemic had more menstrual bleeding and a longer period than those who were less stressed, according to the study. It is well known that stress have a negative impact on our overall health and well-being, but stress can also alter regular menstrual cycle patterns and overall reproductive health in women and people who menstruate. It was concluded that reproductive health should not be ignored in the context of COVID-19.

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