Irregular Menstruation After Childbirth?
A good afternoon. I want to ask. I just gave birth 4 months ago. It’s just that during the postpartum period I came for 42 full days, then stopped for 4 days and returned for another week for a week, then stopped again for 3 days. Continue like that until now. I was able to check a doctor and ask for a stop drug. Had stopped once the medicine came to come again, my month .. guess why?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The discharge of blood from the vagina during the puerperium is not coming months, but is part of the puerperal process itself in the form of discharge of puerperal blood. So whatever you experience, bleeding can be ignored during childbirth because it is a normal condition.
After childbirth, you should not experience menstruation that often. Frequent and irregular frequency of menstruation can be caused by various things, including:
The presence of myoma or cysts in the uterus PCOS conditions or ovarian cysts Thyroid hormone abnormalities Impact of drug consumption Impact of hormonal contraception And can also be other causes depending on the results of the examination. So far, your steps by checking yourself to the doctor is right, but if the condition is still ongoing, then you should go back to your obstetrician for an evaluation of his condition. This is important because by being evaluated, it is possible that possibilities that were previously ignored are becoming a new concern. This can be related to your next handling.
Meanwhile, do not consume any drugs or herbs without the doctor's approval, get enough rest, live a healthy lifestyle by maintaining an ideal body weight, avoiding cigarettes, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.