Causes Of Late Menstruation And Signs Of Pregnancy?
Hello good Morning . I want to ask, I did not menstruate in the month of 10-11 and now even in the 12th month I have not menstruated even though usually on the 29th I come menstruating but since the 8th month I did not menstruate then open the 9th end I came back to menstruation until the early 10th month. Are there other problems besides pregnancy? Because I was surprised if it was pregnant it was impossible because I just got married in the 11th month, from what I had heard, it was said that it could be due to thoughts. But I’m still surprised and curious. So please provide information to help me to solve this problem. Thank you
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Normally, a woman will menstruate no more than 35 days. The delay of menstruation as you experience, other than due to pregnancy can be caused by various factors, for example:
Mental or psychological pressure, for example when experiencing stress, excessive anxiety, fatigue, or also doing sports too extreme Experiencing a drastic increase or decrease in body weight Impaired hormonal balance, for example what happens to hormonal birth control users (such as injectable birth control or birth control pills), patients with hyper or hypothyroidism Ovarian cysts (conditions where there is a disruption in the process of egg maturation that causes the egg to fail to cook properly but actually filled with fluid to form cysts), etc. You should not panic or worry. Try to improve your lifestyle first to be more healthy, so that hormones that regulate menstruation back into balance, and menstruation also runs more smoothly. How:
Exercise 1 to 2 days Eat more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains that are rich in antioxidants Don't get too stressed out or worry too much Keep your ideal body weight Get enough and regular sleep Don't ever get too tired Don't take your menstrual medicine for granted , if your period is late for more than 3 months, we recommend that you check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician so that more in-depth examination, including for example through ultrasound or hormonal examination, so that appropriate treatment can be given.
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