Factors That Cause Late Menstruation?
Hello doctor. I’m iffa riskia. I am the mother of one child. I have had 2 miscarriages and d curette. I was last curetted 8 months ago. Then I always menstruate regularly every month. Last month I menstruated blood spills quite large like blood stone. And this month I have been late for 4 days. But I tested the urine negative. And my stomach and waist always wind up n hurt. That’s why huh? Thank you
One of the factors that causes late menstruation / late menstruation is pregnancy. To detect pregnancy it can indeed be done with a testpack. If your testpack results are negative, try to do a re-testpack 1 week after the last testpack.
In addition to being pregnant, late menstruation can also be caused by several other factors, including:
Breastfeeding Stress and anxiety Physical fatigue Side effects of contraception Drastic changes in body weight Medical conditions: polycystic ovary syndrome, ovarian cysts, chronic diseases, thyroid disorders, hormonal disorders Abdominal and low back pain can be a sign of menstruation, but can also be caused by inflammation pelvis, adenomyosis, endometriosis, cysts, digestive disorders, urinary tract infections, and cystitis. To make sure the cause needs to be done firsthand examination yes.
While waiting for the re-testpack, you can do the following tips:
Get plenty of rest Keep your body from getting too tired Avoid strenuous activities Perform moderate exercise regularly Manage stress well Consumption of healthy and nutritious food Drink plenty of water If the testpack remains negative and you are menstruating late for more than 3 months, you should check with your obstetrician directly yes. Your doctor will carry out further tests with ultrasound and blood tests to ascertain the cause of your late menstruation and then provide the maximum treatment or treatment for you. Try to keep thinking positive.
Hope it helps you,