Irregular Menstruation, Come Out Little By Little But Long?
Good morning, I am Nita, I am 23 years old, this is why I am 13 starting an obstacle and stopped on 26, I counted 14 days … but when I was 10, the blood did not turn out … I don’t think it’s dangerous. no way …
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Young adult women like you normally will experience periods ranging from 2 to 8 days, and bleed as much as 30 to 40 cc per cycle. If the blood that comes out during your menstruation is a bit, in fact your condition is not always dangerous, even though the duration is quite long. This condition most often indicates a hormonal condition in your body that is not balanced, for example due to the influence of stress, fatigue, lack of exercise, unhealthy food intake, weight that is too fat or too thin, side effects of drugs or contraception, or it could be due to an illness.
The question now is, how many times have you experienced such periods? Are there other complaints that have arisen?
If a new complaint occurs occasionally, you can first try to resolve the complaint with the following steps:
Exercise regularly 1 to 2 days Always keep your body weight in order to remain ideal Calm the mind, do not stress Regular breaks Eating foods that have a balanced nutritional value, reduce preservative foods Increase drinking water Always live a healthy lifestyle Do not carelessly consume drugs or use contraception without consulting first to see a doctor, however, if you often experience complaints like this, or to cause you to experience anemia due to considerable bleeding, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician so that it is handled well, yes. Concerned, your complaints appear because of an illness, such as endometriosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation, cervical or cervical cancer, cervicitis, etc. that need special treatment from a doctor.
I hope this helps.