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Menstrual problems remain on a rise in women health issues

GOQii Women‘s Health Matters report 2022 highlights that menstrual problems in women have increased in 2021 to an average 38.8 percent and about 10 percent of women globally suffer from irregular periods. The study  indicates that irregular periods could be caused by a variety of underlying issues such as PCOS, hormonal imbalances, stress, hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism etc. The highest percentage of older adults ( 18.7%) and seniors (29.9%) have the problem of UTI. However, UTI has seen a decrease of 25% in 2021 from 2020

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