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04 April 2011

Rotating shift work may affect menstrual cycle

Women who work rotating shifts may be more likely to experience shifting menstrual cycles, according to a study that raises the possibility of work schedules affecting fertility.

Women who work rotating shifts may be somewhat more likely to experience shifting menstrual cycles according to a new study that raises the possibility of work schedules affecting fertility.

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