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Waiting for menopause, having surgery and remove the uterus and ovaries or use medication (birthcontrol).

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Q: How do you stop having periods?
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Does having a bath during periods stop the periods?

No, having a bath during periods does not stop periods. Menstruation isdetermined by your menstrual cycle, water is amazing but it does not have the magical ability to stop time in order to stop menstruation.

Can you stop having pierids when you have a child?

no u cant stop having periods if u have a child

What will stop you from having periods?

Birth Control and obesity

How do you stop a dog from having periods?

You have to get the dog spayed. Once her reproductive organs are removed periods will cease.

Does a copper IUD stop periods?

There is nothing in the IUD that will stop you from ovulating and having a menstrual period.

When do you stop having periods?

40 -50 years old usually

How can i sure that I'm pregnant?

If you stop having your periods is the #1 given

When you get old do you have periods?

No, women go through menopause at around age 50, when their ovaries stop releasing eggs (ova) and, therefore, they stop having periods.

Is it uncommon for a 51 year old woman to abruptly stop having periods after having regular periods right up until the last one?

not at all

At what age do you stop having periods?

Some people say at the age of 40

Is it normal to just stop having periods at age 48?

Yes, it's normal to just stop having periods at the age of 48. Menopause is normal from around ages 45-55, menopause is when your body starts to stop ovulating - as you no longer ovulate you no longer menstruate.

Does a UTI stop you from having menstrual periods?

No, a urinary track infection doesn't stop you from having menstrual periods. Menstruation is controlled by your menstrual cycle, hormonal changes throughout your reproductive organs, it has absolutely nothing to do with your urinary tract or bladder.

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