Haven’t Gone Menstruation After Laparatomi Due To An Ectopic Pregnancy?
I was curated on 28 September 2019 because after being persuaded by the fetus to not develop, I after one month on October 23, I suddenly had great pain and was rushed to the hospital and it turned out that I had an ectopic pregnancy and had to be operated on laparotomy (possibly heteropic pregnancy). 2 months 15 days after surgery Laparatomi I have not yet menstruated … is it normal? Can I get pregnant? negative pregnancy test … please info … thank you
Thank you for the question.
Your late menstruation is most often caused by an unbalanced hormone condition after an ectopic pregnancy, post-curettage, post-laparotomy, or also due to other influences, such as drug side effects, unhealthy lifestyles, stress, obesity, thyroid gland disorders, glandular disorders pituitary, as well as other chronic diseases. In very rare cases, curette can also cause side effects of Asherman syndrome, which makes menstruation does not come. Pregnancy can also make menstruation does not come. However, if you have repeatedly done a testpack and the results are negative, chances are your condition is triggered by something else.
The good thing is, you go directly to see your doctor or obstetrician so that it is clear what is causing your complaints and what is the best treatment. Usually, to ensure this, the doctor will direct you to undergo an ultrasound examination and several other supporting tests. Depending on the cause, your condition can later improve with treatment, surgery, or maybe other therapeutic modalities.
In the meantime, what should be done so that menstruation returns smoothly is the discipline of living a healthy lifestyle, starting from getting enough sleep, being diligent in eating fruits and vegetables, not stressing or worrying excessively, maintaining ideal body weight, and exercising regularly for at least 30 minutes a day. If not prescribed directly by a doctor, we do not recommend that you take any medication or supplements to smooth your menstruation.
Hope this helps ...