Bleeding After Eating Pineapple When Menstruation Is Late?
, I last week, 2 nov conception came out in the program but not pregnant and not using contraception. Well I have been accustomed to recording my menstrual date since May 30th, June 24th, July 21st, Aug 20th, Sept 16th, Oct 11th. And on the 7th, I was tempted to eat cut fruit in the afternoon, I immediately ate one pineapple, then I felt a little pain for a moment on the left ovary, but until a few days later, how come it hasn’t come yet? The last few months I tried dieting and this morning I was prone to eating pineapple again, 3 mini pineapples for snacks / breakfast. Then I came in the afternoon but her blood seemed to contain a lot of water not like menstrual blood. the color of the blood is also like blood on a bright red skin. Usually when BAK comes out maroon blood mixed too, but this was not. Within a few hours I experienced menstrual pain, and just finished and disappeared the pain by starting to sweat and the body returned to warm. R n r nMy questions r n1. Can pineapples also facilitate an irregular menstrual cycle? R n2. Am I lacking blood? R n3. Am I young? But I already ate pineapple. What should I do after this? R n r nThank you
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Pineapple is a fruit that can trigger uterine bleeding. Pineapple content called bromelain, which is an anti-inflammatory substance, stimulates muscle contraction, and slows blood clotting.
In addition, several other functions of bromelain are preventing cancer, increasing antibiotic performance, reducing swelling, and reducing pain levels in people with arthritis.
Your actions to calculate and record the date of menstruation is very good to determine the length of the menstrual cycle. When viewed, your menstrual cycle is relatively smooth and regular. Menstruation that moves back and forth between 2-7 days is normal due to changes in female hormonal fluctuations. Please note that a woman's normal menstrual cycle occurs between 28-35 days. Calculation of the menstrual cycle is also important to determine a woman's fertility.
Related to your question, the bromelain content in pineapple might be able to trigger uterine contractions and increase uterine bleeding in women. However, it is not certain that the minimum dose of bromelain in pineapple can cause bleeding in the uterus / menstruation. Two pieces of pineapple are known to contain vitamin C 100 mg and bromelain 40 mg. The available data does not adequately explain and confirm the relationship between pineapple in triggering menstruation and abortion (fetal death). If consumed in small amounts, pineapple does not address pregnant and lactating women.
To ensure blood loss / anemia, laboratory blood tests should be done. But keep in mind that women are very susceptible to anemia, because their menstrual cycles without months are accompanied by adequate iron intake. Meanwhile, to find out whether a pregnancy has occurred or not, it is advisable to do a simple examination with a testpack first. The examination is very helpful for you to find out early pregnancy. Do not worry about the history of pineapple consumption, because until now it has not been known with certainty what dosage of bromelain contained in pineapple can cause bleeding in the uterus and increase uterine muscle contractions. If consumed in an amount that is not too much, it is likely safe for your health.
Here are some tips you can do at home, namely:
Eat nutritious and balanced food
Increase the consumption of water
Avoid stress and fatigue
Avoid cigarettes and alcohol consumption
Maintain ideal body weight
Consumption of vitamins and minerals, especially those containing iron
Having sex 2-3 times a week to increase the chances of pregnancy
So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps