Caution in childhood and postmenopausal bleedingMenstrual irregularities are the most common problems that women face throughout their lives. The first menstruation occurs at the age of 12-13 years. If bleeding occurs during childhood, this must be investigated. In the near-menopausal period, menstrual irregularities can be seen frequently because the body tries to adapt to this new process. However, irregular, blotchy or prolonged bleeding that occurs unexpectedly requires research and treatment. Regardless of the amount of bleeding seen after menopause, attention should be paid to it.Malnutrition triggers polycystic ovary syndromePolycystic ovary syndrome is the most common hormone disorder in women. Although the exact cause is not known, problems such as malnutrition and excess weight gain can trigger the disease. The disease typically occurs in young girls and usually in adolescence. Girls with polycystic ovary syndrome often have excess weight, hair growth, hair loss, and acne problems. Weight loss is a little more difficult in women with polycystic ovary syndrome. If there is weight gain due to hormone disorder, the diet should be planned accordingly.Urinary incontinence is a major social problemThe problem of urinary incontinence is a very important social problem and it is successfully eliminated with today's modern treatments. Urinary incontinence, which is mainly a disease of women, occurs in one out of every five women over the age of 35. Any incontinence that will affect a person's social life is a disease and should be treated. Urinary incontinence; coughing, sneezing, laughing may occur in situations where intra-abdominal pressure increases, or may occur with less effort.Vaginal discharge adversely affects sexual healthEnfeksiyon Vaginal discharge etkileyen, which affects the sexual health and life of women negatively and is mostly caused by infection, is divided into normal physiological currents and infection-related currents. Odorless, transparent, colorless, normal physiological currents that increase and decrease according to certain periods of menstruation. These slimy and translucent currents from the cervix increase at certain times because they are related to hormones. Symptoms of currents due to infection include the presence of colored, fragrant, irritating amounts. They may be of bacterial, fungal or parasitic origin.Menopause is not a disease but a transition periodMenopause is not a disease but can be considered as one of the most important transition periods of women's life. Although many women say that they have menopausal when their menstrual order is broken, menopausal women do not have menstruation for 12 months. The age at entry to menopause varies between 45-53 worldwide, with an average of 51 years. In our country, it is between 46-48 years old. Depending on the estrogen hormone decreasing with the onset of menopause; hot flashes, sweating, insomnia, vaginal dryness, decreased sexual desire, urinary problems, fatigue, mood changes, symptoms such as attention and memory problems occur. In addition, every woman who has had menopause should consult her physician for protection from bone loss or continuity of her sexual life, even if she does not have complaints.Severe menstrual pain reduces quality of lifeMore than half of the menstruating women have pain in the first day or two of their bleeding. Usually this pain is mild, but sometimes it can be severe enough to restrict daily activities. This severe pain is called dysmenorrhea. Dysmenorrhea may include pain or cramps in the lower abdomen, headache, nausea and vomiting, and dizziness. Treatment of dysmenorrhea involves medications and pain-relieving techniques, but surgical treatment may be required in some cases.