Most times, no treatment is necessary, however, if you are experiencing problems, such as heavy bleeding, that is interfering with your daily life, your doctor can talk with you about possible medical treatment, such as hormonal contraceptives which contain estrogen and progesterone and can help regulate your period.
Other treatments would include those to address the underlying cause, such as stress relief techniques or eating a balanced diet. In most cases, once the underlying cause is treated, your cycle will regulate itself.
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