Can PMS Spots Occur 6-7 Days Before Menstruation?
My friend is a 22-year-old woman. Have spots 6/7 days before menstruation at night 22.00 hours (quite a lot) Does PMS spots occur at 6/7 days before menstruation?
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Spots of blood in the female reproductive organs is a form of blood spots that come out of the woman in certain times and conditions. In general, blood spots that come out naturally are rarely accompanied by accompanying complaints that interfere with patients. Whenever there is, sometimes complaints of lower abdominal pain or mild aching body can also accompany.
Some of the conditions below can cause spots on the female reproductive organs, such as:
1. before menstruation
2. after menstruation
4. early signs of pregnancy
5. Reproductive organ infections
6. the existence of female hormonal disorders
7. accompanying diseases, such as myoma or polyps
In connection with your question, then your friend should do an examination and evaluation directly to the obstetrician, because without a direct physical examination and examiner examiner such as an ultrasound examination or HCG test, can not be known the exact cause of this complaint complaints.
In general, the blood spots that appear on some of the triggers above are not much different. But when compared between pregnancy spots and spots before / after menstruation, the difference is in the occurrence of spots, and the length of time the spots last. Usually pregnancy spots can last around 2-3 days. And in pregnancy spots, do not follow the emergence of menstruation in the next menstrual cycle. While spots before menstruation can also occur several days before menstruation.
And all this can not be ascertained without direct examination as I suggested above. Therefore, visit an obstetrician to find out the patient's clinical condition.
For now, some suggestions that can be considered are avoiding sex outside of marriage to help reduce the risk of pregnancy outside marriage, avoiding abortion and avoiding the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases.
Thus the info we can convey.