Causes Of Menstruation That Is Not Smooth?
Good night, I am now 20 years old. I have menstrual disorders, from my junior high school, sometimes my menstruation was not smooth and during the 6 month high school my menstruation did not come. After that, I went to the doctor for a check-up. The doctor did not examine me directly, only said that there was a hormone disturbance. After that the prescription is given medicine. After taking the medicine, thank God my period came immediately and the following months smoothly. But, the last 3 months my period is not smooth. That’s how it is. I am worried, will it affect me in the future to get pregnant. And how do I get my period going well.
Normal menstrual cycles range from 21-35 days. Cycles that are much longer or shorter than that range can be considered menstrual disorders. The main cause is indeed an imbalance of reproductive hormones. Hormonal disorders may be caused by:
Communication disorders between the brain and reproductive organs that produce reproductive hormones. Disorders of cholesterol metabolism to become hormones (the raw material for making hormones is cholesterol). Reproductive disorders, such as PCOS, ovarian cysts, or endometriosis. The effect of certain drugs. Psychic stress. Autoimmune disease or chronic disease. Eating patterns and bad lifestyle. You should consult in detail with your obstetrician. You can ask for a second opinion other obstetrician if you feel unsure. After you find a suitable doctor, control routinely so that you can track the course of the disease. The doctor will probably do an ultrasound and test hormone levels. Treatment is generally in the form of synthetic hormone drugs and other measures if necessary. The possibility of pregnancy is not entirely influenced by menstrual regularity, there are many other factors that play a role, including factors from the male side. So you don't need to worry too much first. Consult carefully so that your problem is resolved.