Last week, we reported that new research shows a relationship between irregular menstrual cycles and sleep difficulties. Now we learn that irregular menstrual cycles are associated with a higher risk of both type 2 diabetes and coronary disease. As we’ve said many times, the menstrual cycle doesn’t happen just in the uterus and vagina; it is part of a complex system, affecting nearly every other bodily system, and a window into women’s health.
More news about irregular cyclesNovember 22nd, 2010 by Elizabeth Kissling
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