Frequent periods in teens
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Cornell University A new study suggests that the psychological vulnerability that accompanies an earlier start to menstruation may persist for years. Girls who get their periods earlier than their peers have more frequent and severe mental health problems, from depression to anxiety, eating disorders, delinquency, substance abuse, and failing or dropping out of school. Having tracked nearly 8, girls from adolescence through their late 20s—far longer than other studies have—a Cornell University researcher says girls who get their periods earlier than peers are likely to experience depression and antisocial behavior well into adulthood. The study appears in Pediatrics.
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The research performed by Glueck and his colleagues was a part of a larger study initiated by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, and is published in Fertility and Sterility. The researchers studied teenage females, starting at age fourteen, who all had begun menstruating prior to the commencement of the study. Once per year, the girls were interviewed and asked how long it had been since their last period. Between age fourteen and nineteen, of the girls reported regular periods at every annual visit. Another seventy-four of them had only one report of an irregular period, while nineteen girls had two reports and eight said it had been at least forty-two days since their last period at three or more visits. The girls with the most reports of irregular periods were already heavier than the other participants at the start of the study, age fourteen, and gained more weight and inches on their waist during the study. They also possessed increased levels of testosterone.
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The first period Perhaps the most memorable event during puberty is the first period. Many changes, such as growing taller, breast development, pubic hair and acne, occur before the first period. All girls are different. Some may start their period or menses at age 10; while some may not experience a period until age Girls who are lean and athletic tend to start later.
Depression may be an underlying cause. Menstrual cycle problems Women may at times experience problems or irregularities in their menstrual cycle. Common problems include: Amenorrhea: This refers to the absence of a menstrual cycle for at least 90 days.