How To Deal With Excessive Menstruation?
how to deal with excessive menstruation
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Naturally, menstruation occurs every 21 to 35 days, with a duration of 2 to 8 days, and bleed as much as 30 to 40 cc per cycle. If what you mean by excessive menstruation is menstruation with a long duration or very heavy bleeding, this condition can be triggered by:
Unhealthy lifestyles, such as stress, lack of exercise, too extreme diet Unbalanced hormones, such as when puberty or just before menopause Drug side effects (such as NSAIDs, anticoagulants) or contraception (especially hormonal contraception) Certain diseases, such as endometriosis, myoma, uterine polyps, pelvic inflammation, adenomyosis, miscarriage, cervical cancer, hypothyroidism, etc. Not always excessive menstruation like this is dangerous. If it occurs only occasionally, this condition is often mild and can be improved through the discipline of living a healthy lifestyle, undergoing safe and responsible sex activities, regularly exercising, eating more food containing vitamin K, not stressing or excessive anxiety, and not too carelessly taking drugs without doctor's advice. However, if excessive menstruation is very often repeated, causing symptoms of anemia or other complications that are more severe (such as difficulty having a baby), and does not improve with the above treatment, then you should go to see your doctor directly or a gynecologist. Through a thorough physical examination, ultrasound, and other supporting tests, doctors often have been able to identify the cause of your complaint, then give him the appropriate treatment, such as with hormonal therapy, surgery, or other therapeutic modalities.
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