Frequently Asked Questions
● Beginning your period at a very young age and menopause occurring later in life.
● Short menstrual periods, such those lasting less than 27 days.
● Episodes of heavy bleeding that extend longer than seven days.
● Having more estrogen in your system or being exposed to more of the estrogen your body produces over the course of your lifetime.
● Decreased BMI.
● Familial history of endometriosis.
● Any medical ailment that hinders the body's ability to drain blood during menstruation
● Reproductive system disorders.