Irregular Menstrual Cycles?
Good morning, I want to ask about menstrual problems. My period can be said every day, stop palingan about 2-3 days, after that menstruation again … that’s why huh? And how to restore it back to the way it used to be
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Menstrual cycle is related to hormone regulation in the body. The hormones estrogen and progesterone produced in the reproductive organs, as well as the FSH and LH hormones from the brain are hormones that function to regulate a woman's menstrual cycle and when undergoing pregnancy. Normally the menstrual cycle occurs between 28 to 35 days. Whether or not the menstrual cycle is affected is influenced by various factors, including hormonal fluctuations, food consumed, physical / psychological stress, fatigue, activities undertaken, excess body weight, effects of using contraceptive pills / drugs containing hormones, polycystic ovary syndrome, etc.
Hormonal problems are the most frequent causes that can cause irregular menstrual cycles. Every woman has a different menstrual pattern. The various problems related to menstruation are not smooth, including:
Polimenorrhea: menstrual cycles less than 21 days (menstruation is more frequent)
Oligomenorrhea: more than 35 days of menstrual cycles (menstruation comes longer)
Amenorrhea: no menstruation for 3 consecutive months
Menometorrhagia: prolongation of the menstrual cycle accompanied by a large volume of menstrual blood
In addition to its association with hormones, consumption of unhealthy, unbalanced foods and poor diet also impacts on irregular menstrual cycles. In addition, the presence of psychological disorders such as stress, depression, anxiety, can also affect hormonal regulation.
Related to your condition, additional information is needed whether menstrual cycle disorders only occur in this period or have occurred for 3 consecutive cycles? If you have just experienced menstrual cycle disorders in the current period, the possibility of hormonal disorders or other risk factors affect your complaint. However, if the complaint has occurred for 3 cycles or 3 months in a row then it should be examined directly to the obstetrician for further evaluation.
To help fix a complaint, the following tips can be done:
Perform a healthy lifestyle
Eat healthy and nutritious foods
Avoid stress and fatigue
Avoid strenuous activities
Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption
Inadequate water needs
It is highly recommended to conduct further consultations with obstetricians to get more complete information and evaluation. Ultrasonography / ultrasound examination can help assess the condition of the uterus and see if there are abnormalities in your reproductive organs. In addition, blood tests for reproductive hormone levels can also help assess hormone levels in your body.
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