Causes And Ways To Cope With Menstruation That Is Not Smooth?
hello I am a 21 year old woman. a year ago I was consul to question my menstrual problems were not smooth (just spots) I did a check with the specialist obstetric ultrasound examination in my womb there was no problem just the doctor said the hormones were out of balance. from checking it u003cspan style = “display: inline! important; float: none; background-color: transparent; font-family: ‘LatoWeb’, sans-serif; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; letter -spacing: normal; line-height: 23.04px; orphans: 2; text-align: left; text-decoration: none; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px ; white-space: normal; word-spacing: 0px; ” u003I was given 500 mg of kalnex, norelut 5 mg, max 500 mg. after I read the kalnex drug to stop the bleeding, norelut was to restore the stability of menstrual hormones because of my menstrual cycle which is not clear. after 2-3 times the drug stopped my period. and returned menstruation a week after the drug was abis and my menstruation at that time threatened and normal in its time. Until last August my menstruation was fairly normal regarding menstrual periods and menstrual volume was normal. but entered this September the 13th of yesterday I reflected I thought menstruation because in August yesterday I menstruated on August 12 and ended normally 7 days. to this day from the 13th of september I only reflected. my question is whether this hormone disturbance may be the problem factor or should I consult again for the purchase of the hormone stimulant? u003c / span u003e
Good morning, thanks for the question
Spotting or spotting of menstrual bleeding in small amounts can be caused by the condition:
1. Hormonal imbalance
2. Psychic stress
3. Pelvic inflammatory disease
4. Use of contraception
5. Thickening of the uterine wall
6. Physical fatigue
7. Polycystic ovary syndrome
If the spotting complaint is of a short duration, the spots are few, brownish in color and there are no abdominal pain or cramps that are most commonly caused by hormonal disorders. Early treatments that can be done at home include avoiding excessive stress, losing weight if previously classified as excess weight, reducing consumption of fast food, and regular exercise.
Next, do a consultation with a gynecologist for an examination to rule out other conditions that are more severe as previously mentioned. If the results of the examination found other conditions in the reproductive organs, specific treatment needs to be given one of the aims to restore normal menstruation.
That's all, hope you can help. Wassalam.