Irregular Menstruation Accompanied By A Lot Of Blood Clots Coming Out At The Age Of 37 Years?
I am a woman aged 37 years, with 1 history of miscarriage, 2 times giving birth normally, never used birth control, never indicated another severe illness u0026amp; my period for 35 years is normal (1 month skama during 7-8 days) Some 1 year ago my period became irregular, during 2 months I did not menstruate, pain in my lower left abdomen u0026amp; I think I’m pregnant. I am an independent test pack with negative results several times, I am an obstetrician, the doctor who treats me may I overweight u0026amp; d give antibiotics, then I diet keto u0026amp; managed to lose 10 kg in 3 months. but my period remained irregular (sometimes up to 2 months without menstruation, even though my period was a little less than 3 days), after an independent test pack with negative results, then I became another obstetrician for a second opinion , another obstetrician who treats me blg my thickening of the uterine wall, I was given medicine to remove menstruation. I took the medicine, after my medicine can menstruate many times for 10 days u0026amp; after that menstruation returns regularly for 3 months, after that my period is irregular. I menstruated twice a month with a period of 2 weeks between menstruation, the first menstruation in 1 month was a little skali only 3 days u0026amp; the second menstruation in 1 month, many scales (10-13 days, with a lot of flow until I use 3 menstrual piles in u0026amp; still translucent, every urination exits a large amount of blood clots even on day 8 is still like that u0026amp; I often feel light headed and weak when menstruating) my question is this normal? is this a sign that I am going to menopause or is there another reason?
Thank you for the question.
Menopause normally occurs around the age of 50 years. It's just that, in some people, indeed the symptoms can precede a few years before (when approaching 40 years). Could be, the symptoms before menopause is what triggers menstrual disorders as you experience today. In the medical realm, this condition is referred to as perimenopause.
Aside from perimenopause, your menstrual cycles can also be irregular, bleeding very much, and lumps are caused by other factors, such as myoma (benign tumors originating from the uterine muscles), pelvic inflammation (inflammation of the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovary), uterine polyps, endometriosis, adenomyosis, cervical cancer, hormonal disorders, pregnancy disorders, blood clotting disorders, stress, unhealthy lifestyles, fatigue, weight increases or decreases dramatically, the influence of drugs, and so on.
If it is true that you have already checked yourself in and given treatment, but your complaint does not improve, that is, you need to get yourself checked by a doctor or obstetrician. Through ultrasound, blood tests, hormone tests, pap smears, or maybe other investigations, often the doctor can give you the right treatment.
In the meantime, don't just take medicine carelessly. As long as you are still bleeding a lot from the intimate organs, do not have sex that involves vaginal penetration. Do not forget, get enough rest, exercise every day, don't stress, don't smoke, and multiply to eat vegetables, seeds, and fruits that are rich in antioxidants.
Hope this helps ...