Does Irregular Menstruation Cause Difficulty Getting Pregnant?
Hello, I want to ask .. I am a 19-year-old woman, I was sexually active at the age of 17 r nPreviously, I often had sex with a partner but my menses regularly .. At the age of 19 I started having irregular periods, even in november 2018, I just started menstruating 4 times with the help of drinking postinor 2, earlier in 2017 I often drink postinor to prevent pregnancy because a week after taking postinor 2 I have menstruation … r nAnd I have had an abnormal ultrasound in months. march but when the doctor was nothing I was just stressed, before that I every month felt the symptoms of going to menses like vaginal discharge, itching, emotions but the menstrual blood did not go out .. and when having sex lately I feel sore and dry in my vagina .. what I want to ask is what pain am I experiencing? Will I have difficulty getting pregnant later? And what do I have to say so that I can get regular menstruation again? Please the info? thank you
hello .. thanks for the question ..
Based on your complaint, it may be related to disturbance caused by excess stress, overactivity to body fatigue, hormonal disorders (due to contraceptive use in the form of jb pills, KB injections, and implants), interference / disease in organs reproduction (polycystic ovary syndrome, myoma, etc.). Symptoms of menstrual disorders can be in the form of irregular menstrual cycles, very heavy / many or only spots, pain during menstruation, and menstruation that lasts longer (> 14 days). hormonal drugs or containing hormones related to the menstrual cycle (progesterone) is a drug choice that can help menstrual disorders, of course, must be according to doctor's instructions.
to ensure your complaints, you should check yourself and consult an obstetrician for further examination in the form of a physical examination or examination of the female area, blood tests, and ultrasound so that the doctor can provide solutions and treatments that are right for you. meanwhile, the things you can do are manage stress and avoid overactivity, drink 2 liters of water a day, consume healthy and nutritious food, get enough rest at night, maintain feminine hygiene, use medicine only according to doctor's advice, and don't delay checking to doctor.
that's all .. hopefully can help ..