Causes Of Blood Loss Outside The Menstrual Cycle?
I last menstruated on the 28th of November before marriage, after I was married on the 8th of December, there was a spotting out on the 26th of December, at first a few days before the 26th I felt very exhausted even though I had nothing to do, almost two days of work wanted to sleep too, high body temperature , very often urinating, the lower part of the stomach that cramps like pre mens tp with a rather low intensity, date 27 still there came out spotting but only came out when I was exhausted even if during daily activities only traces of existing blood sj, spotting it almost about 4 days, I thought it was mens because I tried but the results were negative, the next month according to my calculations mens around on January 27th, but on the 15th the blood came out again, which came out after I BAK or squatted after that during my activities nothing comes out like normal lg mens, what exactly happened? Is that normal? Even though in the months before I got married, when I had my period I had severe stomach cramps, unlike after the same marriage, there were no signs of menstruation like before my marriage. Please help,
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From the chronology of the story you give, there are several possible problems that can cause your complaints to appear, including:
Blood loss outside the menstrual cycle. Normally, the menstrual cycle occurs for an average of 4 weeks. The duration of a normal menstrual cycle has a range of 21-35 days. If there is bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, the condition is called metrorrhagia. This condition can be caused by hormonal disorders, can be cysts, myoma, and others. The cause of menstruation outside the cycle needs to be examined further. Limp conditions can be influenced by excessive menstruation or conditions of lack of blood (anemia). Blood came out with BAK. This condition can be caused by several possibilities, including urinary tract infections, women do tend to suffer from urinary tract infections more easily than men. BAK pain, accompanied by pain / cramps of the lower abdomen / suprapubis can be a sign of UTI, the presence of red urine or accompanied by blood can also be a symptom that arises. Trauma to the urinary tract can also cause blood to come out of BAK, sores around the urinary tract such as abrasions / scratches can also cause blood to occur during BAK. Seeing the condition that you are experiencing, it is recommended that further consultations and examinations be done to the obstetrician. The examination will be carried out from an interview regarding the chronology of symptoms appearing, physical examination as well as supporting examination. Additional tests can be performed such as urine and imaging tests such as ultrasound. Avoid treatment without instructions and consulting a doctor first.
In the meantime, can avoid strenuous activities at home, see a doctor to get treatment that suits your condition.
Hopefully this information helps you,