Women with a history of irregular menstrual periods may have a higher risk of developing heart disease - Reuters (article link)
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22 May 2010
- Published: 22 May 2010
- Women who had irregular periods were 28% more likely than women who had regular periods to develop heart disease.
- polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and very long menstrual cycles -- have been linked to increased risks of type 2 diabetes, which is a heart disease risk factor.
Irregular menstrual periods tied to heart disease