1. The Occurrence of Early Menopause
Perimenopause usually occurs between 2 to 8 years before menopause. In this phase, menstruation usually begins to be uneven and uncertain. Most women enter this phase at the age of 45 to 55 years. But in some people, there are also detected experiencing this phase at the age of 40 years and under.
2. The Effect of Using Contraceptive Devices
One of the contraceptives that causes irregular menstruation is the birth control pill. This is because these pills contain the hormones estrogen and progestin, which can prevent the ovaries from releasing eggs. Usually, irregular menstruation will begin to occur after taking this pill, and gradually return to the original cycle after 5 or 6 months.
3. Excessive Stress
Excessive stress experienced by a woman can be the cause of the next irregular menstruation. When you feel too much stress, hormonal changes occur and the hypothalamus, which is the part of the brain responsible for regulating the menstrual cycle. Not surprisingly, if menstruation is not smooth can be greatly influenced by a person’s mental condition.