Brownish Black Menstruation Accompanied By Back Pain?
. I’m only 19 years oldrnI’ve only been married for 1 year and 6 monthsrnWhy have my periods been black to brown in the last 2 monthsrn, my waist and back hurt like they were wrapped around before, I’ve never been like this. Is this internal medicine?
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Menstruation is bleeding that comes out through the vagina every month or about 21-35 days with a span of 3-7 days. Generally the color of blood, menstrual blood is generally red, but it's not entirely a worrying thing if the blood that comes out is dark like brown or even black. This darker-colored bleeding often occurs in the period near the end of menstruation, this occurs because of the presence of blood mixed with the sloughing of the uterine wall, but it can also be because this blood has been in the body for a long time so that oxidation occurs and leaves the body with a dark color. the darker one. In the menstrual cycle, the condition of menstrual blood is not always the same in color, consistency and amount that comes out.
Apart from being normal, the presence of dark blood is also a sign of certain medical conditions occurring in the body. The causes of dark menstrual blood are as follows:
There is a miscarriage. However, of course, a miscarriage begins with a pregnancy. This condition needs to be confirmed by a pregnancy test pack or direct examination by a doctor or midwife. There are significant hormonal changes, for example in premenopausal or menopause conditions. There are things that block blood from coming out, such as narrowing of the reproductive tract or tumors in the reproductive tract. At the beginning of menstruation, darker colored menstrual blood may also appear. Side effects of using contraceptives. If you have had this condition for a long time, especially if it is accompanied by other symptoms, such as abdominal pain, bleeding outside of menstruation, or other symptoms, it is necessary to consult and examine directly by a doctor to find out the most likely cause underlying your current complaint.
That's all I can say, hopefully useful.
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