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Does weather affect my menstrual cycle?

Verified by Dr. Staci Tanouye, MD FACOG, OB/GYN
Our Answer
What our doctors say

A study published in the journal Gynecol Endocrinol noted that sunshine, or lack thereof, can even change the length of your periods. While the findings were minimal and in a contained small sample study, eery period is different so if you feel a stong connection between your period and the weather, while extremely unlikely, it IS technically possible!

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