How To Deal With Irregular Menstruation?
I want to ask my age sdh 13 already want to rise 14, then I was menstruating the first time in May the 10th of June I menstruate then in July I wait for the arrival of my menstrual time did not come even though I was menstruating every month changing the date does not settle first time last month mid last month end of the month but why I did not menstruate last month and this month so I can’t get it then I had my menstrual turn on July at the end of the month but it didn’t come and this month I also didn’t get caught. So, I didn’t why or indeed it is often so common in teenage ankles like me or how. “Please help me because I’m afraid”
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Menstruation occurs when the egg that is released from the ovary is not fertilized by sperm so that the lining of the uterus, which is thickened as a preparation for the attachment site of fertilization, becomes decayed and comes out in the form of blood and damaged cells through the vagina. In the first few months of menstruation in adolescent girls, the body still has to undergo a normal process of adaptation so that the distance between menstrual cycles can be long or shorter and irregular. Menstrual cycles will begin to settle and become more regular with age.
Even so, it does not rule out the possibility that complaints experienced are menstrual disorders. There are several possible forms of menstrual disorders with characteristics as you complain, including:
Metroragia (menstrual bleeding at irregular intervals)
Menometroragia (increased volume or duration of menstrual bleeding and accompanied by irregular distance between menstruation)
Hypermenorrhoea / menorrhagia (heavy menstrual bleeding (> 80 mL of blood) and / or length of length [> 7 days] but the distance between menstruation remains normal)
Menstrual disorders can occur due to problems in the reproductive organs (uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes / tubes, ovaries) or other factors outside the reproductive system (hormonal disorders, side effects of drugs, blood clotting disorders, stress).
So that your menstrual condition can be properly evaluated, we advise you to check yourself directly to a specialist obstetric and gynecologist. In addition to the history and investigations, your doctor may recommend supporting examinations such as ultrasonography (USG), blood tests, and CT-scan if there are indications.
As a suggestion, you should take the following simple steps:
Get enough rest
Consumption of balanced nutritious food regularly
Maintain body weight within the normal range
Do physical exercise or exercise regularly
Manage stress well
To enrich insight, you can read articles about menstruation. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.