Causes And Treats Irregular Menstrual Cycles?
hello, my name is Ana, I’m 20 years old, I’m not married yet, God willing, I will get married in 8 months of this yearrndok I want to consult, previously I was also a consultant with a midwife in my area.rnI’m different from girls in general . I’m often late for my period before, I was 7 months late. after that menstruation .. even if smooth irregular blood always kluar a lot. and now I’m also 7 months away without a problem, lately I often complain of headaches on the back then yesterday I consulted with one of the midwives here he said I should take estrogen therapy using birth control pills? and many patients who are almost in high school experience the same thing as me, they are also recommended for therapy using birth control pills. but to be honest, I still have doubts and fear. I’m afraid it will have an impact when I’m married. please help me thanks…
The normal menstrual cycle is 21-35 days with a menstrual period of 2-7 days and the amount of blood released is 30-40 ml. Complaints of irregular menstruation are often caused by hormonal problems. Therefore, midwives recommend using birth control pills. Birth control pills can help facilitate menstruation, but because birth control pills are a form of contraception, while taking birth control pills you will be infertile or not pregnant. You do not need to worry about this effect because fertility will return after you stop taking birth control pills.
However, please note that irregular menstruation can also be caused by other things such as:
Stress and physical fatigue Excessive activity and exercise Drastic weight loss and obesity Side effects of hormonal contraceptives Medical problems: polycystic ovary syndrome, ovarian cysts, hormonal disorders, thyroid disease To confirm your condition, I suggest that you see a doctor the womb directly so that further examination can be carried out if necessary with ultrasound and blood tests. If the cause is known, then the obstetrician will provide the right treatment for you.
Meanwhile, try to improve your lifestyle to be healthier first by:
Regular exercise Lose weight to ideal if necessary Get enough rest Lots of vegetables and fruit Drink lots of water Manage stress properly and wisely Try not to get tired The following article relates to the topic of your question:
Menstruation is not smooth
Thanks and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y