Irregular Menstruation And Use Of Hormone Drugs?
I experience hormonal disorders from being a virgin before marriage, my menstruation is irregular and after I consulted my doctor I was given a drug called Primolut N and until now I am given control of each drug even though it is not the same doctor .. I feel so dependent with the drug. because every time I have not taken the drug menstruation does not occur … Until now I have not had children. Right now I am taking it in conjunction with folavit in the hope of getting a baby soon. Is folavit the only best medicine for hormonal disorders?
The oral medication you write contains noresthiterone, a synthetic hormone progesterone which is indeed used in menstrual cycle disorders. Irregular conditions of your menstrual cycle need to be examined further, whether you have not menstruated since the beginning of puberty or your period does not come regularly with a cycle of 21-35 days.
Noresthiterone is not a class of psychotropic drugs / narcotics, so it does not have the potential for dependence / addiction. Drug dependence / addiction is a condition where a person must consume an active substance / drug continuously to move normally, there is a great desire and cannot be controlled if you do not consume the substance. Addiction will make someone willing and able to take actions with negative consequences to get the active substance / drug.
The cause of your menstruation does not need to be traced back, in connection with your intention to have children. Natural causes of not menstruation are pregnancy, breastfeeding and menopause. Meanwhile, if you have not menstruated since the beginning of puberty, it is usually associated with ovaries that do not produce enough female reproductive hormones such as conditions of growth and development disorders, psychological disorders associated with eating, pituitary gland abnormalities in the brain, tumors in certain brain areas, cushing's syndrome (conditions caused by hormonal / adrenal gland disorders), reproductive organ disorders and genetic disorders related to sexual characteristics. If at the beginning of puberty, you experience menstruation, but long and irregular menstrual cycles can be caused by the following conditions:
Have or are currently using hormonal contraception, especially injectable contraception.
Unhealthy lifestyles that cause underweight or obesity, excessive exercise and physical / emotional stress.
Hormonal problems such as polycystic ovary syndrome, low thyroid hormone levels, tumors in the pituitary gland / pituitary.
What you need to know, too, is that the consumption of the drug Noresthiterone must be in a state of not planning to get pregnant let alone being pregnant, because it can interfere with fetal development.
Have you discussed your plans to have children with a Obstetrics and Gynecologist who has been caring for you? If not, during the next control, immediately inform. Your doctor may need a more detailed medical examination to plan your pregnancy and find the cause of irregular menstrual cycles. Irregular menstrual cycles can be one of the factors causing infertility in women.
The second medicine that you write is a vitamin of folic acid which is usually recommended to be taken by women who are planning a pregnancy, are pregnant, patients who have anemia due to folic acid deficiency. In pregnancy planning, administration of folic acid is a prevention of defects in the fetus. However, folic acid can not cure infertile conditions in women or trigger pregnancy. Pregnancy occurs when there is fertilization. Fertilization occurs when the egg and sperm meet during the fertile period. The condition of the reproductive organs and systems of women / men must be in a healthy state without disturbance in order for pregnancy to occur.
Read here about Fertility.
Thus the info we can share, hopefully helps you.