Blood Returns After A Week After Menstruation?
hello Doctor, I have a question. so I had menstruation for 14 days before, then I checked with the midwife on the 15th day (my condition is clean but there is still brownish vaginal discharge). I had an ultrasound and the results of the ultrasound showed that my uterus was clean and there were no cysts. According to the midwife, this is only a hormonal problem, and I was not given medication because I had used hormonal contraceptives but had quite high side effects such as acne, feeling depressed and mood swings. But today is exactly a week after I was clean, I was bleeding again. should I be aware of this? then what should I do now?
Complaints of menstrual cyclic disorders in which bleeding occurs outside the menstrual period and in large quantities in medical language are called metromenorrhagia. This condition can be caused by various possibilities, namely:
Disorders of reproductive hormone balance The side effects of using hormone-based contraceptives include birth control pills, injection kb, implants Stress conditions / unstable emotions Conditions of heavy physical activity that cause fatigue Disorders of reproductive organs such as ovarian cysts, myoma, endometriosis, etc. , you should immediately consult a gynecologist. The doctor will perform a series of physical examinations and supporting examinations related to your complaint. If it turns out that this condition is the result of side effects of using hormonal contraception, your doctor may suggest other contraceptive methods such as using an IUD (intrauterine device) / IUD, condoms, etc. Discuss with your doctor about which method is the most appropriate and comfortable for you and your partner.
Here are some suggestions for you:
Manage emotions wisely Get plenty of rest and avoid fatigue. Consume healthy and nutritious foods. Get enough fluids. Take blood booster supplements to prevent anemia. Exercise regularly Avoid drinking alcohol and smoking Consider changing contraceptive methods. The following articles are related to menstrual disorders.
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