Determine The Fertile Period And Menstrual Cycle For The Pregnant Program?
Good morning. I want to ask about my fertile period with my menstrual cycle. Age 25, I was married yesterday, August 2019. I started to find myself in July (21-26), August (13-18), sept (8-12), Oct (14-17), Nov (19-22), des (20-22). that I have a mens calendar and I nyatet every month to determine the fertile period. But until now my menses are not organized. why? I’m having a bb ride after marriage from 63, now it’s 69.2kg. I also feel like miss v if during the fertile period I don’t release mucus (like egg whites). What should I do? jjur I really want to exercise.
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
In general, the menstrual cycle lasts every 21-35 days, with menstrual periods of 2-7 days. Normally menstrual blood volume around 20-60 mL (equivalent to 1-6 pads a day). In young adult women, irregular menstrual cycles can signal menstrual disorders. Some variations of menstrual disorders include:
Metroragia, namely menstrual bleeding with irregular inter-menstrual time intervals
Menometroragia, ie increased bleeding volume (> 80 mL blood / day) or prolonged menstrual duration (> 7 days) with irregular inter-menstrual time intervals
Menorrhagia / hypermenorrhea, ie menstrual bleeding with increased volume and / or prolonged duration, but the time interval between periods remains normal
There are many possibilities that can cause menstrual disorders, including:
Disorders of the reproductive system (consisting of the uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes / tubes, ovaries, vagina), including polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Disorders outside the reproductive system, such as hormonal disorders, malnutrition, drug side effects (example: contraception), blood clotting system disorders, stress
So that the cause of menstrual disorders can be identified and the treatment can be given appropriately, you need a systematic history taking and a comprehensive physical examination by a doctor. The doctor may also consider supporting examinations if there are indications, such as uterine ultrasound (ultrasound), blood tests, or CT-scan. Therefore, you are advised to consult directly with your doctor or obstetrician and gynecologist. Consultation with a doctor will also help you and your husband plan a pregnancy properly.
To help overcome menstrual disorders, you are advised to apply the following steps:
Maintain body weight within the normal range
Consumption of balanced nutritious food regularly
Routine physical exercise or sports
Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day
Stress management well
To enrich insight, you can read articles about menstrual disorders. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.