Excessive Menstruation And Long After The Surgical Removal Of The Right Ovary?
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Menstruation is the discharge of blood from the vagina that occurs in one cycle once due to decay of the uterine wall. Menstruation generally occurs once a month with a menstrual cycle duration of 21 - 35 days. With the duration of menstruation that occurs for 2-7 days.
Abnormalities in menstruation can occur in the duration of the menstrual cycle that is too short (<21 days) so that menstruation often occurs, the duration of the menstrual cycle is too long (> 35 days) so that menstruation rarely occurs, prolonged menstrual duration, excessive menstrual blood, blood outside the menstrual cycle. These things can be caused by disorders due to the structure of the reproductive organs that have abnormalities, hormonal function abnormalities, or abnormalities in the tissues of the reproductive organs.
Bleeding that occurs in your case can also be affected by the presence of surgery / tissue injury on removal of the right ovary. During the recovery process there can be pain or bleeding coming out of the vagina. If excessive bleeding is felt, excessive pain arises in the area of surgery, weakness, pale, consult a gynecologist regarding the removal of the right ovary for examination and management related to your condition. Postoperative wound care also needs to be considered with care to prevent infections and complications.
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