Basic cholesterol compounds in fat cells can get changed into a type of weak estrogen called estrone. Overweight or obese women carrying extra fat cells have "little estrone-making factories, which have an estrogenic effect on glands," explains Maria Arias, MD, a gynecologist at Atlanta Women's Specialists in Georgia.
A woman may go months without ovulating, for example, but the uterine lining is still accumulating - to the point that it becomes unstable.
Alot of things can change your menstrual cycle. Being stressed out, losing weight, and exercising can all effect your menstrual cycle.
There are several things that can cause a delay in a women's menstrual cycle such as stress and illness. Also gaining a lot of weight or losing a lot of weight can affect a period.
No, a change in the weather cannot affect the menstrual cycle. The menstrual cycle is controlled by hormones in your body, not by the weather.
Yes it does. If you are overweight, obese or even underweight [as determined by your weight and height-check the BMI scale], it can affect your menstrual cycle.
As long as you still get your protein and enough calories, then no, it will not affect your menstrual cycle.
it could, but usually, no. 8 out of 10 chance it will not affect your menstrual cycle
Being skinny, or losing a lot of weight, shouldn't affect your menstrual cycle unless it's a very drastic change. When you become very skinny, your body decides that it's 'not fit' to have a baby, so it halts the production of eggs, and hence the uterine lining, which is what you shed (blood) during menstruation. No eggs, not uterine lining, no period. So unless you lost A LOT of weight and were OVERLY active, odds are you wouldn't have any problems.
Yes, Prozac can affect menstrual cycle. If it keeps affecting it, you should mention it to a doctor.
Bacterial vaginosis does not affect the menstrual cycle. If you have a late period, take a pregnancy test.