Sarah Ellis, HEALTH WRITER, May 4, 2020
“Anxiety is a form of stress, and stress can interfere with the delicate hormonal balance mediated by the interplay between the brain, ovaries, and uterus,” explains Kecia Gaither, M.D., a board-certified OB/GYN and director of Perinatal Services at NYC Health+Hospitals/Lincoln in New York City. Translation: Anxiety and your menstrual cycle are not always a good mix. But here’s how they can co-exist.
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