Causes Of Prolonged Menstruation At The Age Of 45 Years?
Good morningrnrnFirst I will say from the beginning. Menses in March today from the date. 22 – 29 March just clean.rnThen on April 7th, pink spots came out until April 12th.rnDate of 13th to now 18th of April blood came out which I think was over until it penetrated the clothes (bancar the Javanese term).rnBut I don’t feel dizzy or sick to my stomach.rnWhat should I do for this discomfort.rnI’ve never had birth control.rnI started my period at the age of 16.r nI am now 45 years old.rnPlease advise and guide.rnThank you.
Hi Dyah Djie.. Thank you for the questions given.
Women over the age of 40 years can be in the process of perimenopause, namely the phase leading to menopause. At that time the level of the hormone estrogen rises and falls in a woman's body. During perimenopause, menstruation can also be shorter or longer. In addition to irregular menstrual cycles, other symptoms can also appear, such as mood changes, sleep disturbances, vaginal dryness, and decreased sexual desire.
Apart from perimenopause factors, prolonged and heavy menstruation can also be caused by disturbances, such as:
Blood clotting disorders
Fibroid tissue in the uterus
If you experience excessive pain, irregular menstrual cycles in the last few months, weakness, paleness, fatigue, heavy menstrual blood, then you should see a doctor. The doctor will perform a physical examination directly and can be supported by an abdominal ultrasound.
Also Read: Menstruation
Hope it is useful