Irregular Menstruation At The Age Of 51 Years?
Doctor, I want to ask. My life is currently 51 years old. My menstruation is not right now. During menstruation I often come out blood clots. Then today, my stomach hurts very unusual. Suddenly came a white blob mixed with blood. Like the tissues, after exiting the tissue the pain that I feel is reduced. I currently do not have a husband. I want to ask what the blob is? Is there a connection I will menoupuse
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Menopause is a moment where the menstrual cycle or menstruation ends naturally, and usually occurs in the age range of 45-55 years. So by being at the age of 51 years, it means you are indeed at the age where menopause can occur at any time. And before menopause actually occurs, there can indeed be signs of certain symptoms, one of which is irregular menstruation. These symptoms can be felt differently in women, there are those who feel mood swings for no apparent reason, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, and many more.
So, irregular menstrual complaints that you experience may indeed be due to this menopause period. But for clots and tissues, this still requires further examination to ensure it is not a bacterial, fungal, viral, or other reproductive system abnormality. We suggest that you check your condition with your obstetrician for a thorough check-up from the history collection, physical examination to support, to be sure of the origin of the problem and determine the best treatment.
Meanwhile, you just need to live a healthy lifestyle with regular breaks, manage stress well, meet your nutritional needs by consuming milk, vegetables and fruit, exercise regularly according to your ability, and check yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.