Does Meningitis Vaccine Injections Affect The Brown Spots?
Hello, I am 22 years old, recently I used an application to control my menstrual cycle, after I checked again it turned out that my menstrual cycle can sometimes be 28 days, 30 days, 33 days, so sometimes per month the cycle can be long or short like that, even though my friends mostly routinely all 28-29 days, is this included a normal cycle? u003cbr u003e u003cbr u003e instead of brown spots plus whitish milky white, sometimes brown, sometimes translucent … oh yes and I will go umroh at the end of this month, at the beginning of the month I have an injection of meningitis vaccine before the brown spots appear, does this have any effect? because before I started menstruating I just started menstruating for the first time like this brown spots ..
Hello Himede, thank you for asking.
Normal menstrual cycles range from 21-35 days. That is, your menstrual cycle is still relatively normal. Of course in an individual, the length of the menstrual cycle will not continue to be the same every month. Naturally, sometimes menstrual cycles shorten or lengthen, as long as they are still in the normal range. So even with the emergence of spots around the menstrual schedule. Sometimes changes in hormonal balance cause this. Generally, in several menstrual cycles, it will return to normal. If after more than 3 menstrual cycles you still continue to experience spots, or spots arise far from the menstrual period, it helps you consult an obstetrician.
Generally doctors will provide hormone therapy, if it is suspected a hormone imbalance occurs. It is not affected by meningitis vaccination, because the two are different things. If you are worried that this is blocking your Umrah, consult a doctor. Your doctor may give birth control pills to prevent menstruation at least 2 weeks before leaving.
Thus my explanation, hopefully useful. Regards.