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<p><strong>Background:</strong> Adolescence is a transition period in the span of human life that connects childhood and adulthood. One disorder experienced by adolescents is stress. At this time, there are many facts that reveal the relationship between stress and menstrual changes that are a health problem for women. This correlational study aims to determine the relationship of stress levels to changes in menstrual patterns in teenagers.</p><p><strong>Subjects and Method:</strong> The studydoi:10.20961/placentum.v8i2.43439 fatcat:g5y2emwjhretfd3vr6xcjjbgey