Factors That Can Interfere With Reproductive Hormones?
Good afternoon, I am the mother of a child aged 27 years. On 8 kmrenus I menstruated, but this time it was not like the previous month, there was not much blood coming out and only a little reddish brown color and on the 2nd day of menstruation the blood did not come out just like the brown liquid gt, and on the 3rd day I woke up feeling very dizzy accompanied by vomiting of bitter yellow liquid. And after that my menstrual blood stopped, why is that? Thank you
Hello, Thank you for the question.
Reproductive hormones in a woman's body have the duty to keep menstruation and menstrual cycles running normally. The existence of interference with these hormone levels can affect menstruation, for example late menstruation, faster menstruation, fewer menstruation, longer menstruation with more blood, or even no menstruation at all. Some factors that can interfere with a person's reproductive hormones are:
high stress level
excessive physical activity
eating disorders like anorexia
drastic weight change
side effects of hormonal contraception use
thyroid hormone disorders
polycystic ovary syndrome
Dizziness complaints accompanied by vomiting is not necessarily related to your menstrual disorders. This complaint can be caused by:
stomach acid disease
sudden drop in blood pressure due to changes in body position that are too fast when you wake up
If your menstrual complaints only last for 1 month and are not accompanied by other symptoms such as abdominal pain, fever, abnormal vaginal discharge, or pain during intercourse, then there is nothing you need to worry about. In the meantime, please monitor this complaint first. Watch your periods in the following month. If you experience this complaint for 3 consecutive months or are accompanied by abdominal pain, fever, abnormal vaginal discharge, or pain during intercourse, please consult your obstetrician and obstetrician immediately. You can also do the following suggestions:
avoid excessive physical activity, get enough rest 6-8 hours per day
avoid a strict diet, make sure you consume foods with good nutrition
lose weight the right way if you have excess weight
manage stress well
For the second problem, you can do the following suggestions:
stop your activities if you feel dizzy, immediately rest in a quiet place
while maintaining food intake in small portions but more often
avoid the consumption of spicy and fatty foods
avoid consuming caffeinated, fizzy, and alcoholic drinks
Inadequate consumption of water at least 2-3 liters per day
avoid changing body positions too quickly
If complaints of dizziness and nausea do not improve within a few days, please consult your doctor immediately for further examination. Without an examination by a doctor, the cause of your complaint may not be ascertained and proper treatment cannot be given. From the doctor's examination, the doctor will find out the cause of your complaint and then will provide treatment that is appropriate for you.
Hopefully this information is useful.