2 Months Late Menstruation, Negative Test Pack, Brown Spots Appear?
At night, I am a 27-year-old woman. I haven’t had my period in almost 2 months. I have been infected for more than 2 weeks on the usual menstrual date, but thank God now I don’t have any more spots, I think I’m pregnant. jg, apkah is the influence of stress, or what should I do, before the explanation is explained 🙏
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In women of childbearing age with good reproductive system conditions, the female hormonal system and also the reproductive organs will experience a routine cycle of femininity in the form of menstruation that lasts an average of about 28 days and varies the length of each individual. Long periods can range from 3-7 days.
Related to menstrual complaints that you experience, both late periods or long-lasting spots. This condition is probably a form of menstrual disorders. So it is necessary to know the cause of menstrual disorders that cause these complaints. Late menstruation aside from being a sign of early pregnancy, however, if it is not supported by other signs of pregnancy, then late menstruation may be caused by other conditions.
If you have a history of stress or anxiety during menstrual disorders, then the possibility of stress that you feel can be a trigger for your menstrual disorders. Besides stress, several other conditions can also cause the same complaint, such as:
1. Physical fatigue that affects your stamina and body system
3. Female hormonal disorders, such as polycystic ovary syndrome, or the number of small cysts in the ovaries.
4. disorders of the body's metabolism, as in thyroid disorders or diabetes
5. disorders of stimulation of the brain, such as due to brain tumors
6. use of KB
However, to ascertain the cause of this complaint, you should consult directly with your obstetrician, especially if you experience the same complaint in the next menstrual cycle.
The obstetrician will do a physical examination and plan a blood and radiology examination if necessary. Treatment and care will be given according to the examination results obtained.
What you can do now is:
1. avoid stress and physical fatigue, especially 1 week before the menstrual period
2. avoid sleeping late
3. do regular exercise to improve the functioning of your body's systems
4. idealize weight
Thus the info we can convey.