Hard Nipples And Menstruation Are Not Smooth?
Sorry for disturbing the night “this is my introduction Febi I’m 21 years old I want to ask why yes I come come the month is not smooth about it in March I came in the month and finished it early April TPI ko this May I didn’t come in yes TPI dah there are signs and I guess at that time I was bleeding TPI there it came out spots so yeah and now I feel punting my breasts hard and if it touches hurt what my LG had cysts and had surgery and now my uterus left one Is LG after the operation coming in, my month is smooth, right now, what’s wrong? Thanks
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A history of complaints of breast pain or pain in the nipple before menstruation or during menstruation, is a natural condition that is encountered because of the increased sensitivity of breast tissue due to the influence of fluctuations in female hormonal responses. This complaint is often felt as a disturbing complaint, because of breast pain when touched, depressed, or when using Bh / underwear. Therefore, to reduce pain complaints, it should be conditioned as comfortable as possible so that clothes do not compress the breast excessively, in addition, do relaxation during the period leading up to and during menstruation.
While the presence of menstrual disorders such as late menstruation or menstruation is not smooth or just spots when menstruation is a reasonable condition that can be found by all women. However, if complaints or menstrual disorders occur repeatedly and are increasingly disturbing, it is necessary to do a direct examination by a doctor to ascertain the cause of the perceived complaint. Especially if you have a history of ovarian cysts and have undergone previous surgery, the presence of menstrual disorders or spots during the menstrual period, may be caused by disorders of the female hormonal balance. So, it is necessary to avoid and control all factors that trigger disorders of the female hormonal balance, such as:
1. physical fatigue
2. lack of sleep or often sleep late at night
3. stress or anxiety
4. obesity or weight is not ideal
5. use of KB
6. Do not exercise regularly
7. Other health problems, such as recurrence of ovarian cysts on the other side, thyroid disorders, diabetes, infections, the number of small cysts in the ovaries (PCOS)
So by controlling these risks or conditioning the accompanying diseases, it is expected that hormonal balance disorders and menstrual disorders can be prevented, this will provide comfort for you in your menstrual period.
However, to ensure the presence or absence of disturbing risk factors, it is necessary to consult directly with the obstetrician who treated you before. The doctor will conduct a physical examination and supporting examination (blood examination / ultrasound) to help determine whether there is a risk that triggers this complaint. So if the examination results show normal and good results, you should start to pay attention to some patterns of activities and habits that are less supportive of your health.
Thus the info we can convey.