Common Symptoms Or Mioma?
…. my previous question was regarding a smooth menstruation … now I want to ask again about the black blood that comes out of the vagina … but the blood is just a little … why is that? Is it dangerous or isn’t it … because the stomach hurts along the back?
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Does the blood come out on your menstrual schedule? If so, then this condition is not necessarily a disorder. Menstrual blood is not always bright red like blood. Menstrual blood can also be blackish in color due to clotting in the uterus because it is not immediately expelled. This blood clotting is the body's normal mechanism for preventing excessive bleeding. Pain in the abdomen and back during menstruation can also be a normal thing due to the contraction of the uterine muscles that are severe enough to expel menstrual blood. These contractions can trigger pain because they cause the blood vessels that supply the uterus to become squeezed so that eventually the uterine cells experience hypoxia (lack of oxygen).
However, if the blackish blood that comes out of the vagina and also the abdominal pain to the back that you experience occurs outside the menstrual cycle, then these complaints may also arise due to other causes, for example:
KB side effects, for example spiral birth control or other hormonal birth control
Endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus)
Adenomyosis (growth of endometrial tissue that reaches the uterine muscle)
Pelvic inflammation (inflammation of the uterus, fallopian tubes, to the ovaries)
Uterine cancer (malignant tumor in the endometrium)
Cervical cancer (malignant tumor in the cervix)
Ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs in the ovaries), and so on
In conditions like this, you need to go to a gynecologist directly so that a more in-depth evaluation can be done, such as through ultrasound, HSG, IVA tests, pap smears, and so on. In this way, then the originators of your complaints can be handled with the right target.
Here are some initial suggestions for what you can do:
To make menstruation more regular, exercise regularly, consume more vegetables and fruits, maintain an ideal body weight, and stay away from stress
Compress the stomach and back pain with warm water
You can also take paracetamol if the pain in your stomach and waist does not improve with a warm compress
Hope this helps ...
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah