Causes Of Heavy Menstrual Blood Accompanied By Lower Abdominal Pain?
Why is my period so much? r nThe same pain in the lower part of the stomach r nThe 26th of April I was finished in a curette r nCause of the miscarriage r n
Menorrhagia in medical language is called menorrhagia. Normally, the menstrual blood that comes out is 30-40ml (changing pads every 4 hours). If the amount of blood that comes out reaches 60ml or more, then a person is said to have menorrhagia. This can be caused by various possibilities, namely:
Hormonal imbalance (after experiencing pregnancy which is then carried out by curettage, the body will make adjustments persistently to return to the pre-pregnancy state including adjustment of reproductive hormone levels. So curettage does not directly cause the effect of large amounts of menstrual bleeding) Abnormalities in reproductive organs, for example Pelvic inflammation, endometriosis cysts, etc. Have a history of blood clotting disorders. The presence of tumors or cancer in the reproductive organs. Side effects of certain drugs, etc. Conditions of concern are excessive blood loss, namely lack of blood or anemia. We recommend that you consult with a specialist obsgyn (gynecologist and obstetrics) who handles your curettage. The doctor will conduct an interview and examination, then provide treatment according to your condition.
Here's a suggestion for you:
Consume foods that are high in iron, such as spinach, red meat, nuts. If needed, you can take blood booster supplements. Get enough rest. Enough daily fluid needs. Compress the sore stomach with warm water to make it more comfortable. Other tips can be selected here
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