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Our specialists are proud to offer a wide range of gynecological services to help you manage your health.


Urogynecology Services

We specialize in diagnosing and treating women with pelvic floor conditions, such as urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, pelvic organ prolapse, and more. Our treatment options span from behavioral therapy and medication to reconstructive surgery. 

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Cycle Irregularities

Cycle Irregularities in Women

How do you know you have an irregular period?

Irregular periods can happen to any woman, from the time they start menstruating to the pre-menopause stages. While a slight variation in the days you get your period can be normal, these symptoms are not:

- Bleeding when you are not menstruating, either before or after

- Extreme bleeding during your period

- Bleeding after intercourse

While many women have a regular cycle, some do not. The professionals at Women's Health Group provide compassionate care to diagnose and treat cycle irregularities.

Complications of Cycle Irregularities

Even if you have a "normal" period, it is still important to keep track of your start/stop date and any symptoms you experience. Monitoring these things can help you identify if you have an irregular period, but are also good practice for your routine menstrual health. The menstrual cycle is a vital sign of general health in women throughout their reproductive lifespan.
Cardiovascular disease can occur when long and irregular cycles are consistently present during adolescence and throughout adulthood.
Ovarian Cancer
Coronary Heart Disease
Type 2 Diabetes
Mental Health Problems

Signs and Symptoms of Cycle Irregularities

Missing your period doesn't always mean that you are pregnant. There are many causes of irregular periods.

  • Eating disorders
  • Hyperprolactinemia
  • Stress
  • Ovarian failure
  • Endometriosis
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
  • Side effects of medication
  • Diabetes
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Uterine polyps

Diagnosis and Treatment of Cycle Irregularities

When you see a provider for cycle irregularities, they will first review your medical history and any other medical conditions you have been diagnosed with. Bloodwork, a pelvic ultrasound, an endometrial biopsy, and blood tests are all used as diagnostic tests.

Treatment for cycle irregularities is dependent on what is disrupting your menstrual cycle. Medication to regulate cycles and to control pain, surgical procedures, hormone treatments, and more are all examples of feasible treatments.

The providers at The Women's Health Group will work with you to find what is causing your cycle irregularities and what treatment is best.

See a Specialist in Denver for Cycle Irregularities Today

If you would like to learn more about our services, our providers are happy to help. We encourage you to contact The Women’s Health Group at your nearest location today. 

How can I reduce the risk of having an abnormal period?
Take medication as directed and maintain a healthy and fit lifestyle. Monitoring other health conditions is also a good way to reduce risk.
How long does a "normal period" last?
A normal period will last from 2-7 days. Your mental flow should occur once every 21-35 days.