Factors That Can Affect Late Menstruation?
In the afternoon, my newlywed was late for my period, almost 1 month I had a relationship with my husband around the 7th, I forgot that my husband threw his sperm in the womb and I also forgot the reflex to clean it by spraying water into whether I could be said to be pregnant? but I feel pain in the back and cramps in the abdomen of the feet are also tired like I want to come off, isn’t that a symptom of menstruation? And I also drink it, it still feels pain, sometimes it hurts, sometimes it doesn’t, why does it keep pain and menstruation doesn’t come out?
Hello, thanks for the question.
Late menstruation can be influenced by many factors, can be a sign of early pregnancy, or due to diseases of the reproductive organs (PCOS, ovarian cysts, etc.), stress, drastic increase or decrease in body weight, irregular eating patterns, use of hormonal birth control ( birth control pills, birth control injections, implants, etc.), etc. Menstruation or menstruation is the process of uterine lining decay because the egg is not fertilized by sperm. Regular menstruation is usually calculated from the menstrual cycle. The normal menstrual cycle lasts from 21 to 35 days, calculated from the first day of menstruation the previous month to the first day of menstruation at this time. If menstruation does not occur during a normal cycle period or longer than the normal menstrual cycle, it can be suspected of an abnormality, one of which is pregnancy. In addition to the cessation of menstrual cycles, pregnancy can also be characterized by abdominal cramps, changing moods, frequent urination, larger breasts, fullness, pain, and blackening around the nipples, headaches, nausea or vomiting, etc. If you suspect a pregnancy, you should check first with a test pack, which should be done at least until menstruation is late because high pregnancy hormones are needed to get a positive pregnancy test result or consult a gynecologist, the doctor will carry out tests and supporting examinations such as examination blood, plano test, ultrasound, etc. if needed. If the results of the Plano test are positive and a pregnancy bag is found on the ultrasound, a pregnancy can be considered. It is best to always maintain a healthy condition, get enough rest, eat healthy and nutritious food, meet fluid needs, avoid smoking, alcohol, and stress, avoid using drugs without a doctor's prescription.
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