Brown Spots Come Out For 6 Days Outside The Menstrual Cycle?
, I am 19 years old, why have I been out for 6 days in brown spots even though during menstruation next Sunday
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There are complaints of blood spots or brown spots during the period before menstruation, even though your period is still next week, so in general, these complaints are natural or natural for a woman. At one time sometimes a woman can experience complaints related to menstruation, either in the form of blood spots, not menstruation, menstruation with lots of blood, or long periods. As long as these menstrual complaints do not recur frequently and occur repeatedly in several cycles, in general complaints related to menstruation are still within reasonable limits. However, if complaints related to menstruation are often repeated or occur in succession, it is necessary to conduct additional evaluations and examinations to determine whether there are medical problems that affect.
The complaints of blood spots or brown spots that you feel before your period can be triggered by several things, such as:
1. disorders of the female hormonal balance
2. physical fatigue before menstruation
3. excessive stress
4. lack of sleep
By controlling some of the triggers for this complaint, it is hoped that complaints that might make you uncomfortable spots can be prevented and not repeatedly bother you. Maintaining your stamina, maintaining your general health and avoiding risky sex become prevention measures against reproductive system disorders and sexually transmitted infections that pose a risk to the female reproductive system.
And if these spots are often repeated complaints and increasingly disturbing you, it is necessary to check and evaluate other medical conditions, such as:
1. uterine infection
2. endometriosis or endometrial tissue growth outside the uterus
5. many small cysts in the ovary or polycystic ovary syndrome / PCOS
Therefore, for the time being you should not have to worry, but you will continue to evaluate and observe until your menstrual complaints appear and observe in the next few menstrual cycles.
However, if you feel worried and anxious, then you should consult with your obstetrician directly regarding this complaint. The doctor will conduct a direct interview related to the emergence of this complaint, in addition, a physical examination and examination of the reproductive system will be carried out to help find out whether there is an underlying medical problem. The results of the inspection will be the reference of care and handling needed.
To help prevent these recurring risks and complaints, some of the triggers above your control and prevent them, especially a few days before your period. So that this complaint does not make you worry and worry.
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