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Free Menstrual Cycle Workbook for Women with ADHD

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You may opt out at any time. Terms of Use and Privacy Policy . Hormonal fluctuations can cause emotional changes, cognitive problems, and heightened executive function deficits throughout the menstrual cycle for women with ADHD.

Use this Patient Resource to understand when fluctuations occur during your cycle and how they impact your symptoms of ADHD.The menstrual cycle typically lasts 28 days, but it can be 21 to 40 days long.

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