Profuse and prolonged period is referred to as menorrhagia. It is experienced in the form of too intense bleeding that requires changing the pad every hour. The question “why won’t my period stop,” should be better asked to a gynecologist, who will be able to define the presence of one of those 9 possible causes, associated with uterine or cervical pathologies, endocrine diseases, blood problems or disturbance of the course of pregnancy. Read more..
In the majority of women, periods are preceded by the so-called premenstrual syndrome. It involves physical and psychological symptoms. In some cases, the woman might experience PMS symptoms but have no period after it. This can have several causes. Certainly, pregnancy is the first reason to this. Further, relatively normal conditions, should be mentioned. They include premenopausal period, adjustment to hormones and climatic changes. Besides, there are at least 7 pathological causes of having PMS but no period. Read more..