Does The Weather Affect The Menstrual Cycle?
hello I want to ask, why every cold air my menstruation is faster, whereas when the air is stable my menstruation is late. What is the truth solution like that?
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Sooner or later menstruation is affected by the balance of reproductive hormones in your body. So, this is not directly affected by the cold or not the condition of the environment around you.
Usually, menstruation occurs faster or slower due to disturbed hormonal balance, for example due to the effects of fatigue, excessive physical activity, severe mental pressure, the use of certain hormonal contraceptives, obesity, extreme diet, or also due to disorders of the thyroid gland and pituitary. In addition to hormonal balance disorders, menstruation can also occur faster or slower due to diseases of your reproductive organs, such as ovarian cysts, endometriosis, myomas, uterine polyps, pregnancy or pregnancy disorders, uterine cancer, and so on.
Indirectly, uncomfortable environmental temperatures can affect hormonal balance in your body, for example, making you less rested, eating patterns change, and so on. Impact, your menstruation can also be disrupted because of it. However, if these complaints continue to recur, there may be other factors as mentioned above that aggravate them.
You should check your complaint directly to the doctor or obstetrician to be evaluated, whether your menstrual patterns are still reasonable or not. Frequently, if menstruation still occurs in the normal range, ie the duration is between 2-8 days, the volume of blood that comes out between 30-40 cc per day, and the distance between cycles also ranges between 21-35 days, this condition does not require special treatment other than by modify your lifestyle to be more healthy and balanced. However, if your menstrual cycle is indeed abnormal, your doctor may also conduct further tests, such as ultrasound or hormone testing, to determine the best treatment so that complaints do not return again.
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