Causes Of Menstrual Blood A Lot On The First Day?
I had been very sick before when I was about to bleed, until finally therapy. He who did the therapy said there was a disruption in the blood vessels. Finally, a week being treated I was normal when menstruating. But recently, in a few months, I only had a lot of menstrual bleeding when the first day, the second day was just a drop and the third day was clean. My blood is brownish red and rather chewy in texture. Is that normal?
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Menstruation is a normal cycle that occurs in the female reproductive system. The normal menstrual cycle is every 21-35 days. With bleeding duration of 2-7 days. Outside that period, abnormal menstruation can be categorized. If the cycle is less than 21 days it can be called a polimenorea. And if the duration of bleeding lasts more than 7 days called menagia.
Based on the brief information you have conveyed, it still seems to be a normal variation of a woman's menstrual pattern. However, to get the right treatment, it is necessary to know the cause of the complaint, it is necessary to do a history and direct physical examination. And the crew is further known about the information you call therapy, whether the therapy you are referring to and the competency that carries out the therapy, and what is the basis for establishing a problem in your uterus.
If your complaint does not improve or you are worried, you should check with your obstetrician for further examination and treatment related to your condition
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