Causes Irregular Menstrual Cycles Accompanied By Hip Pain?
Hello Mutia, thank you for asking.
A person's menstrual cycle is not a standard thing. That is, it is not possible in all women's lives, the menstrual cycle will always be the same. Sometimes the menstrual cycle is faster, sometimes longer. As a rule of thumb, the normal menstrual cycle is 21-35 days, with menstrual periods of about 2-7 days. If your menstrual cycle is still in that range, then your cycle is normal.
Menstrual cycles are said to be abnormal if they shorten for less than 21 days or extend more than 35 days. Someone also said to experience menstrual disorders if there is bleeding outside the menstrual period. Pain in before and during menstruation, is a natural thing. Pain levels are also subjective for each person. The thing to note is, if the pain suddenly becomes so severe that it prevents you from normal activities. If this happens, consult your obstetrician. Your doctor may need to do an ultrasound to look for any abnormalities in the structure of your reproductive organs. Generally menstrual pain is very severe, can be caused by endometriosis, myomas, ovarian cysts, or pelvic area infections.
You can try a warm compress on the lower abdomen, when pain strikes. Be careful not to use boiling water. Just use warm water and tightly close the water storage container. You can also try to consume analgesics that are sold freely and labeled green, if pain is difficult to overcome.
Hopefully this answer can help you. Regards.