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In adolescence and before the menopause menstruation can often be irregular but outside these two stages, cycles should be regular. If this is not the case, it’s important to find out what is causing these irregularities and to find a solution. Observing your body and taking care of your health is essential.
Be watchful if you notice any changes
Do you have very irregular menstrual cycles and your menstruation often comes early, late or is cut short?
Have your periods stopped for no reason?
Do you have very painful periods that don't let you go about life as normal?
Don't panic, it's quite common in women and can be due to a number of causes:
- Hormonal imbalances
- Fibroids or polyps.
- Ovarian cysts
- Polycystic ovary syndrome.
It is important to go and see your gynaecologist if you notice any changes in the pattern of your periods to discover why it is happening, get a correct diagnosis and find a solution.
Why choose us
Trust in the expertise of a specialised women's health clinic with more than 80 years of experience to answer your questions and look after you. In addition:
Our units, which include a Gynaecological Endocrinology Unit and an Endometriosis Unit, specialise in the diagnosing and treatment of the most common disorders.
We have a walk-in clinic service in case you are unable to wait for an appointment.
Our facilities are equipped with the latest diagnostic imaging technology: digital mammography, obstetric ultrasound, etc.
Our own medical protocols allow us to provide a speedy response when a disorder is identified.
Our facilities allow us to meet all your safety requirements and to provide an integrated circuit in which diagnoses, treatments, consultations and interventions are centralised.
You will be in the best hands, in a first-rate hospital setting with a 24-hour emergency department.