How To Stop Bleeding During Prolonged Menstruation?
Hello, good afternoon. So here you are, two weeks ago I went to the obstetrician for a long period. When on ultrasound, my uterus was considered healthy, there were no cysts, myomas or the like. The problem is only hormones, and too thin too. I was given medicine to stop bleeding only and was not told to consult again, but the medicine did not work on me after finishing one piece of drink, until now I am still bleeding though not heavy. How do I … how to stop it? Ohiya, I am not married yet.
Good afternoon Kalsi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Impaired hormonal balance can indeed cause menstrual disorders like you experience. If your period is still ongoing, it is strongly recommended to carry out control back to your obstetrician to re-evaluate your condition and treatment, whether the therapy should be continued or added to other types of therapy.
For the time being, it is strongly recommended to take the medicine given according to the instructions and not stop using the drug if it has not been recommended by your doctor to stop it. Because disruption of hormonal balance can be influenced by various factors, it is also recommended that you try:
Increase your nutritional intake so that you can gain weight and achieve ideal body weight
Avoid stress wherever possible
Doing exercise regularly and not too much
Do not go on a diet to lose weight excessively
Nor is it advisable for you to take other drugs than those recommended by your doctor because it can only aggravate complaints.
I hope this helps.