Frequent Menstruation And There Is A Small Lump In Pain In The Groin.?
Mlm … This March, why do I often menstruate and now also still … and there are small lumps that feel a little sore in my groin
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Complaints that occur in you do not rule out menstrual disorders. There are several possible forms of menstrual disorders with characteristics as you complain, including:
Hypermenorrhoea / menorrhagia (menstrual bleeding with increased blood volume (> 80 mL blood) and / or prolongation of duration [> 7 days] but distance between menstruals remains normal)
Menometroragia (increased volume or duration of menstrual bleeding and accompanied by irregular menstrual distance)
Metroragia (menstrual bleeding with irregular inter-menstrual intervals)
Menstrual disorders can be caused by problems in the reproductive organs (uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes / tubes, ovaries) or by other factors outside the reproductive system (hormonal disorders, side effects of drugs, blood clotting disorders, stress). So that the exact cause of menstrual disorders can be identified, you are advised to go directly to a specialist obstetric and gynecologist. The doctor will probably carry out investigations such as ultrasound, blood tests, and CT scans if there are indications.
As a recommendation at home, you can do the following simple steps:
Maintain body weight within the normal range
Consumption of balanced nutritious food regularly
Physical exercise or regular exercise
Get enough rest
To enrich insight, you can read articles about menstrual disorders. Such is our explanation. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.