Heavy Menstruation Such As Urination?
In the evening, my doctor would like to ask, if menstruation day 2 onwards is heavy like urinating normally isn’t it?
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Normally, menstrual blood will come out as much as 30 to 40 cc per cycle. There is no absolute standard of how reasonable is the speed of menstrual blood flow, whether fast or slow. In general, if your menstrual blood volume is still reasonable as above, it is likely that your condition is not dangerous. Sooner or later the release of menstrual bleeding is also influenced by many physical activities that you do.
However, if you find that your menstrual bleeding is excessive, you should be vigilant. It is feared, excessive menstrual bleeding is a sign of a disease, such as endometriosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation, blood clotting disorders, cervical cancer, cervical cancer, and so on. It could also, excessive menstruation due to hormonal conditions in your body that are not balanced, often due to the influence of an unhealthy lifestyle or side effects of using contraception.
Our advice, you multiply the rest first, reduce excessive physical activity so that your bleeding subsides. Do not also have sexual relations involving vaginal penetration if there is still a lot of blood coming out of the vagina. Don't forget, eat more foods that are rich in vitamin K and iron, and exercise regularly. Finally, manage your stress wisely so that the hormonal balance in the body is always maintained.
If with the steps above the bleeding still does not stop for more than 2 weeks, or if you experience signs of anemia due to excessive bleeding, do not hesitate to check directly with your doctor or obstetrician so that you are given the best treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.