Causes Menstruation 2 Times A Month?
I want to ask why yes, twice a month pre-season what is the episodes of injection, 3 months I have participated in March-May … the menstrual flow is really overwhelming. in the morning, my stomach is mules like pingin chapter but the stomach hurts under the stomach..what is that because ..?
Hello Fithrie, Thank you for the question.
How many months have you experienced menstrual disorders? Menstrual cycles are calculated from the first day of menstruation to the first day of the next menstruation. Menstrual cycles that are classified as normal range between 21-35 days. Your menstrual disorders may be caused by hormonal disorders caused by the use of birth control injections. KB injections are contraceptives that contain synthetic hormones. Giving this synthetic hormone can cause side effects such as menstrual disorders which can include more menstruation, less menstruation, bleeding outside menstruation, irregular menstruation, or menstruation that stops. These side effects can continue for several months after you stop using birth control.
However, this complaint can also be caused by other conditions such as high stress levels, excessive physical activity, obesity, strict diet, drastic weight changes, thyroid hormone disorders, endometriosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation, and others.
Please consult with your obstetrician and gynecologist for further examination. Besides needing to ask questions about your condition and complaints, the doctor needs to do an examination on you to determine the cause. Subsequent treatment will be determined by the doctor after ascertaining the cause.
Complaints of lower abdominal pain may be caused by menstruation that you experience. In addition, these symptoms can also be caused by bladder infections, kidney stones, pelvic inflammation, myoma, endometriosis, gastroenteritis, inflammation of the intestine, muscle aches, and others. Do not hesitate to see a doctor if you still experience abdominal pain even though your menstruation has stopped or if you experience other complaints such as pain during urination, frequent urination, difficulty holding urination, fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. The doctor needs to do further tests before determining the next treatment.
The following suggestions can help you:
get enough rest
avoid excessive physical activity
avoid strict diets, multiply the consumption of nutritious foods
maintain ideal body weight
manage stress well
multiply water consumption
avoid the habit of holding back the urge to urinate
do a warm compress on the sick stomach or consume paracetamol if the stomach ache is unbearable
Hopefully this information is useful.