How To Cope With Menstruation More Than 2 Weeks?
I menstruated more than 2 weeks. I had an ultrasound to the hospital, said the doctor. Nothing, nothing, just the doctor said there was thickening like that, I forgot. Then I was given a medicine for stopping menstruation 500 mg tranexamic acid. His blood stopped after taking the medicine. But the next month I gave my LG with 2 weeks more, do I have to take the medicine again?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Menstruation is a normal cycle for women of reproductive age. This condition is characterized by blood coming out of a woman's vaginal canal mixed with uterine tissue. This cycle lasts normally for 3-7 days and recurs in the next 21-35 days.
In your case, irregular menstrual conditions lasting more than two weeks can occur either because of your lifestyle or because of certain medical conditions. If because of lifestyle, it is possible because you are tired, eating too much oily and fatty food, more or less weight, lack of sleep, stress, and doing activities that are too heavy.
If due to a medical condition, it could be due to hormonal imbalances caused by the presence of cysts in the ovaries, disorders of the thyroid gland, endometriosis (growth of uterine tissue outside the uterus, and dysfunctional uterine bleeding conditions. Your steps to get yourself checked by a doctor are appropriate. But if now relapsing again, our advice is that you should continue to go to the obstetrician because it is not impossible that the condition is different now from yesterday.If you have not checked with a gynecologist, you should now consult a gynecologist. the cause could be different, tranexamic acid itself is a hard drug and should only be obtained by prescription from a doctor, regardless there might be a pharmacy that sells it just like that.
Meanwhile, what you can do is maintain a healthy lifestyle by maintaining an ideal body weight, consuming enough water, fruits and vegetables, getting enough rest, avoiding stress and cigarette smoke. So, hopefully answering your question.