Does Age Affect Menstruation?
hello want to ask age does not affect the duration of menstruation. about menstruation more times and longer pain.
Age can indeed affect menstruation, but only applies to adolescents who have just experienced menstruation in the first year, or when the age before menopause (generally over 50 years).
Longer and longer periods can be caused by the following conditions:
Stress and fatigue
Side effects of contraception
Disorders of the uterus: polyps, myomas, adenomyosis, endometriosis, malignancies
Other medical conditions: blood clotting disorders, pelvic inflammation, thyroid disorders
Side effects of several other types of drugs
For now you can do the following tips:
Record the amount of bleeding (for example, how many hours the dressing is full)
Get enough rest
Exercise regularly but don't be too heavy
Manage stress well
Change pads more often and keep the vagina clean
Meet the needs of fluids and nutrients
Warm compresses if stomach aches
If you have more than 14 days of menstruation I suggest that you see a gynecologist directly so that further examination can be done to ascertain the cause so that you can be given more appropriate follow-up care. If needed, you can do an ultrasound. Handling will be adjusted to the results of the inspection yes.
Hope it helps you,