Fever Accompanied By Nausea Dizziness During Menstruation?
In the afternoon, I want my menstrual cycle to advance 1 week which was originally normal on 17th to 10th, and indeed my condition is currently sick, after 5 days of cold pnas … what hurts? please info
Hello Desy Nuer, thank you for the question.
Normal menstrual cycles range from 21-35 days, an average of 28 days and an average length of 3-7 days. Calculated from the first day of menstruation until the first day of next menstruation. Menstruation does not always fall on the same date every month, it can occur two times a month because it is calculated on a cycle basis, if the cycle exceeds 35 days or less than 21 days, it can be thought of an abnormality. Menstrual cycle is different for each person depending on health conditions such as being in a state of fever or experiencing certain pain, hormonal conditions, stress levels, medications, and others. Conditions like this will cause changes in hormone levels in the body that will affect the menstrual cycle. Hormonal changes during menstruation can cause physical and emotional changes, for example fatigue, abdominal pain, flatulence, muscle and joint pain, diarrhea or constipation. Complaints experienced by the mother may be normal things that usually occur before or during menstruation, but if accompanied by high fever up and down, accompanied by complaints of weakness, excessive nausea, vomiting, and annoying headaches, it could be accompanied by infectious diseases such as typhoid fever or other infectious diseases, can also be due to anemia, and others. We recommend that you consult a doctor so that treatment can be done properly. The doctor will provide treatment in accordance with the underlying cause. Mothers can consume heat-lowering drugs that are sold freely at pharmacies or prescribed by doctors, drink plenty of water, eat healthy and nutritious foods, especially foods that contain lots of iron such as green vegetables, red meat, etc., and adequate rest.
If the mother feels menstrual abnormalities or complaints are not improving or getting worse, you should not delay to see a doctor.
Thus hopefully useful.