Causes Late Menstruation For 4 Months And Has A Small Uterus?
Sorry in advance, this is about my previous question. The ultrasound result that I sent yesterday was an examination of why I was late for menstruation for 4 months, while at that time I was not married. The doctor said that if there was no myoma or cyst in my uterus. But my uterus is small.,
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The uterus (uterus) in adult women who have never been pregnant and give birth is about 7.5 cm (length) x 5 cm (width) x 2.5 cm (depth) on average. Having a small uterus is not always a disorder. Need to clarify first, what is the exact size of your uterus? Is the difference very much from the normal values above?
As the answer has been stated by our doctor in your previous thread, interpreting the results of an ultrasound examination cannot only be done based on a brief description of the numbers and letters printed on the ultrasound sheet. You need to ask directly the obstetrician who performed the ultrasound examination. Because, the interpretation of the results of this ultrasound examination will also be compared with the results of the interview and physical examination that was carried out on you.
In some cases, it could also be a small uterus associated with genetic (congenital) abnormalities from birth. This condition usually occurs due to impaired development of the reproductive organs in the fetus (uterine hypolasia). It could be, this is the basis of your irregular menstrual cycle.
Apart from the small uterus and ovarian cysts, your period may also occur due to other causes, for example hormonal imbalances (which are influenced by stress, fatigue, diet, exercise), thyroid gland disorders, pituitary gland tumors, and so on.
Therefore, you need to go directly to a gynecologist so that the best treatment is carried out according to the condition you are experiencing.
In the meantime, here are the steps we suggest to help your menstrual flow:
Eat more fruits and vegetables, reduce instant food and preservatives
Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol
Get regular sleep
Regular exercise 3 times a week
Watch out for abnormal menstruation
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah