Irregular Menstruation After Consumption Of Hormone Drugs?
Good morning doctor, r nI am 25 years old and already married. R nI have never experienced menstrual disorders before, but when 2 months ago I was typhus I did not menstruate and only menstruated the following month for 21 days with menstrual blood counts which is a little unusual. r nAfter that I went to the doctor Obsigyn and the doctor said I experienced thickening of the uterine lining after an ultrasound (at that time I was still menstruating in a few conditions) and then prescribed cyclo progynova and drunk at that time too. r nAfter drinking 4 tablets, the next day I menstruated in large quantities as I usually menstruate on day 2 the amount of blood and there was a black clot. r nI’m worried because it has been 6 days that the blood came out very heavy, I changed pads 4 days kali. r n Accompanied by nausea, dizziness and weakness. r nIs that the effect of the cyclo progynova drug that I consume? r n r nThank you
Irregular menstruation can be caused by various causes, one of the causes that can cause irregular menstruation is the thickening of the uterine wall. This is usually caused by hormonal imbalance. Cyclo progynova is a hormonal drug such as estradiol and norgestrel. The drug is usually used to overcome menstrual cycle disorders.
After you consume these drugs, menstruation usually can occur, sometimes menstruation can be prolonged depending on the thickening of the uterine wall that you experience. If indeed the thickening of the uterine wall is very large, then menstrual bleeding will usually occur longer. Menstrual blood that comes out too much can also cause anemia which can cause symptoms of weakness, dizziness, and nausea (especially if you consume less nutritious food).
Therefore, it is recommended that you consume nutritious food, drink enough water, get enough rest and avoid excessive stress. If your bleeding complaints do not stop within 10-14 days, you should immediately check with your obstetrician, yes, so the doctor can check your condition further.
The following article you can read about Endometriosis
may be useful. Thank you