Causes Of Irregular Menstrual Cycles?
I want to ask, July 16 yesterday I menstruated but the first day until the third only just spots, the fourth day to the tenth day bleeding as usual but not too much. On the 26th I did not menstruate and no more blood came out, as long as menstruation did not feel stomach ache. But on July 30, a little fleck came out, I wonder why? Is it because of fatigue and a lot of thoughts? The problem is that lately I often stay up late and don’t get enough rest.
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The complaints of spots that appear before and after your menstrual period during the current menstrual period may be related to fluctuations in your female hormonal system, where the female hormonal system is tasked with regulating your menstrual cycle. The linkage of the female hormonal system to the brain in the feedback response to help keep the menstrual cycle going is also a supportive system. Therefore, the presence of certain clinical conditions or certain medical conditions that occur in your body can also affect the presence or absence of menstrual cycle complaints that you might feel.
In general, there are complaints of spots that appear before and after menstruation, it may be a reasonable condition, especially if this condition does not recur in succession or is not accompanied by complaints that bother you. However, if this is repeated or accompanied by complaints that bother you, then the spots can be triggered by several conditions, such as:
1. a patient with PCOS or polycystic ovary syndrome where many small cysts in the ovary are found accompanied by menstrual disorders, or an increase in androgen hormones on examination by a doctor
2. thyroid disorders
5. disorders of the female hormonal feedback system in the brain
Meanwhile, general health conditions that can affect these spots can also be triggered by:
2. physical fatigue
3. lack of sleep
However, to know for certain whether there is a special medical condition that underlies the complaint you are feeling, you should consult and check directly with your obstetrician. The doctor will conduct interviews and physical examinations and supporting examinations if needed, such as blood tests or ultrasound. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors to provide needed care and treatment.
For now, you should evaluate this complaint one menstrual cycle next, and a few days before the next menstrual cycle, you should try to maintain your stamina and psychological condition remain in optimal condition. And if at any time this complaint recurs or you feel uncomfortable with this complaint, you can immediately consult your obstetrician.
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