Menstrual disorders may be caused by mental factors, drug factors, and disease factors.
1. Psychological factors: If you suddenly experience major mental trauma or negative emotions such as long -term tension, panic, and depression, it may affect the function of the hypothalamus and pituitary gland, lead to endocrine disorders, and manifested as menstrual disorders.2. Drug factors: If the patient takes contraceptives for a long time, it may cause disorders of the normal physiological cycle of the body, which will cause menstrual disorders.3. Diseases: Some women suffer from adverse symptoms such as polycystic ovary syndrome, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids, which may cause menstrual disorders.
It is recommended that patients work regularly to avoid bad habits such as staying up late, overwork, and drinking.At the same time, avoid irritating drinks such as coffee, strong tea, etc., so as not to cause endocrine disorders, thereby aggravating the condition.