Coming Too Long A Month

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Hello doc, I’m elis at 27 years old In January a normal month comes on 5 January. The month comes only 7 days. In February blood came out on the 5th, I thought it was coming, it turned out that it didn’t matter that afternoon, it stopped the next day, it came out again until February 18th. But there’s not much blood on the dock. In this March I came on the 16th to the 5th of April, the blood had not stopped yet, sometimes the red brick was sometimes red, sometimes it was just a spots. Please answer the thanks doc

1 Answer:

Hi Ellyz,


Thank you for the question.


If the menstrual cycle is less than 21 days or more than 35 days, the duration of menstruation lasts more than 7 days, or very much blood comes out during menstruation, and irregular blood comes out, then it can be called abnormal uterine bleeding or abnormal menstruation . This is influenced by previous medical history, history of contraception, etc.


The following are common causes of menstrual disorders that often occur:

Structural disorders in the female reproductive organs, such as polyps, myomas, or tumors, and disorders of the endometrium or uterine lining.
Hormone disorders or disorders of the ovulation process.
If accompanied by vaginal discharge, pain in the waist / stomach, and fever, the possibility of urinary tract infection, pelvic inflammation, and sexually transmitted diseases need to be considered.

To find out the cause of this abnormal menstruation, you can check with a gynecologist so that the doctor will evaluate complaints, conduct physical examinations, and supporting examinations such as ultrasound, blood tests, and urine tests so that doctors can handle according to the cause of the complaint. However, in the midst of the co-19 outbreak, you should postpone visiting your doctor or hospital / puskesmas to reduce your risk of infection, so for the time being the following recommendations can be made:

Improving lifestyle, by meeting the nutritional and fluid needs of 2-3 liters per day. Reducing foods that can cause inflammation in the body, such as fried foods, etc.
Maintain cleanliness of the female organs properly.
Reducing weight or achieving ideal body weight.
Manage stress well.
Routine exercise 3-5x per week.
Inadequate sleep needs 7-9 hours per day.

Hopefully this information can help.

Regards.

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