Causes Of Irregular Menstrual Cycles At The Age Of 43 Years?
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Generally, menopause occurs at around 50 years of age. This menopause occurs due to decreased production of reproductive hormones by the ovaries. A history of undergoing hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus), side effects of chemotherapy or radiotherapy, and primary ovarian insufficiency are also known to make menopause occur more quickly. The frequency of sexual intercourse should not affect the woman's menopause sooner or later. Someone said to experience early menopause when it occurs before the age of 40 years.
Irregular menstrual patterns, accompanied by other complaints, such as pain in the breast and low back pain as you experience it may indeed be part of the symptoms of perimenopause (near menopause). It could also, complaints like this arise due to other reasons, such as hormonal balance disorders, viral or bacterial infections, ovarian cysts, thyroid gland abnormalities, fibromyalgia, side effects of birth control, and so on.
To help make your periods run more regularly, here are our recommendations for you:
Limit eating food that is preserved, instant, multiply to eat vegetables, fruits, and whole grains that are rich in antioxidants
Always maintain your ideal body weight
Exercise regularly 1-2 days
No stress, anxiety, or excessive panic, calm your mind
Sleep and wake up more regularly every day
Do not carelessly take drugs, including menstrual smoothing drugs, birth control pills, or other drugs that are not included over-the-counter drugs
Don't smoke or consume alcohol
Compress painful breasts and waist with warm water
If the complaint does not improve within 1-3 months, check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to get the right treatment, right?
I hope this helps.