Causes And Solutions To Overcome Late Menstruation 3 Days?
Hello Ayuyasha, Thank you for the question.
1. The menstrual cycle can be affected by levels of reproductive hormones. Reproductive hormone levels in the body can fluctuate due to various conditions including activities or matters related to daily life. A normal menstrual cycle ranges between 21-35 days. This cycle is calculated from the first day of menstruation until the first day of the next menstruation. The following are some of the things that can affect the menstrual cycle:
high stress levels
strenuous physical activity
changes in weight drastically
eating disorders such as anorexia
experiencing a disease that causes physical stress for the body
Because of the above, your menstrual cycle from month to month can vary. However, as long as your menstrual cycle is still classified as normal and you have no other complaints, this condition is considered normal and you don't need to worry.
2. Myoma is an abnormal growth of benign uterine muscle cells that occurs in the uterus or around the uterus. Some women have had myoma in their lifetime but don't know it because myoma often causes no symptoms. But if it causes symptoms, the symptoms that appear include longer periods, pain in the lower abdomen / back, pain during sexual intercourse, constipation, frequent BAK, and what rarely happens is miscarriage, infertility, or problems in pregnancy. myoma is not known with certainty but it is thought to be related to high levels of the hormone estrogen in the body.
3. In general, myoma does not prevent you from getting pregnant, unless the size of the myoma is very large and prevents a fertilized egg from sticking to the uterine wall.
If you are planning a pregnancy, please consult with an obstetrician and gynecologist if you do not have a pregnancy after 1 year you have regular contact with your husband. Please do the following suggestions:
having sex regularly 2-3 times a week
identify your fertile period and do body intercourse more often when entering the fertile period, at least once per day
maintain body weight to stay ideal, exercise regularly and consume nutritious foods
avoid smoking and consuming alcoholic beverages
take folic acid supplements
avoid using vaginal lubricants
Hope this information is helpful.