Can Menstruation Stop At The Age Of 18?
Good night … I want to ask .. I was only 18 years old, at that time I was in a lot of numbers but I was hit by a disaster exposed to hot water up to the top of my vagina. After that I did not bleed again until after the current operation … Is that the effect? So what about my uterus if my menstruation suddenly stops like that? Thank you
Good evening Hankyu, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Looking at your history and current situation, your complaint might be caused by several things such as:
There are adhesions in the vaginal area that interfere with menstrual blood discharge There is scarring that covers the way out of blood mesntruation Side effects of the operation being undertaken and several other conditions To ascertain what conditions are causing your complaints at this time, you should do a re-examination to a gynecologist or to the doctor who previously operated on you. You might do some additional tests to find out what kind of situation you are experiencing, and after determining the cause, then you can also determine what treatment can be done.
In general, no occurrence of a menstruation must be based on a cause (for example, female hormone abnormalities, thyroid hormone abnormalities, obstruction of menstrual blood loss, etc.), so whether complications that can be caused will affect the uterus (cause a disease or certain disorders in utero) or not all return to the cause of the complaint. There are several causes that are at risk of causing abnormalities in the uterus (for example endometriosis, the risk of uterine cancer and others), but there are also causes that have no effect on the uterus, so it is necessary to know in advance what are the main causes before it can be said whether this cause can affect the uterus you or not.
I hope this helps.