There are many causes of pelvic pain which can be caused by conditions or diseases affecting the digestive, reproductive system, or the urinary tract. On occasions, the cause may not be known. It’s important to chat to your doctor if you are experiencing pelvic pain, whether it’s a sudden unexpected pain, recurring pain, or an ongoing pain.
Periods start around the age of 10 and stop around the age of 50-55, which is known as menopause. Between the ages of 12 to 52, a menstruating person will have around 480 periods. When your period starts is considered Day 1 of your cycle and the day before your next period marks the end of your cycle. So, let’s get down to the nitty-gritty and talk about menstruation based on a 28-day cycle.