Irregular Menstruation And Glands?
My doctor is a woman of 23 years old. This year my menstrual cycle was irregular and often had extreme pain during menstruation. The past two months I did not menstruate. But experiencing vaginal discharge and sometimes accompanied by pain. Then it’s been 5 years there was a small lump behind my neck, but it didn’t hurt or it turned big. Does this have something to do with my thyroid gland disorders. Especially now my body is producing more sweat and my weight is always increasing even though the portion of my meal has not changed. Please help.
Good evening, thanks for the question
Women compared to men are more at risk of having thyroid disease. In women, thyroid disease will affect several things related to the reproductive system, including:
1. Disorders of the menstrual cycle
Thyroid hormones play a role in the menstrual cycle, where excessive or insufficient hormonal levels will cause menstruation that is rarely, menstruation that is very much, or menstruation that is rarely. In some cases even menstruation can be stopped or known as amenorrhea.
2. Ovulation disorders so that pregnancy will be difficult to occur.
3. Disorders of pregnancy.
Menstrual disorders are not always caused by thyroid disorders, but with a history of thyroid disease, further evaluation should be done. Do not hesitate to consult further with your doctor for further examination and treatment plans.
That's all, hope you can help.