Is It Normal If Menstrual Blood Does Not Clot Like Mucus?
I want to ask, every time my period seems to never come out blood clot, even just like mucus. The first and last day of menstruation is often painful. Is that normal?
Thank you for the question.
Not always menstrual blood will clot. If your periods are going smoothly without problems, no blood clots during menstruation are most likely normal. In fact, if menstrual blood clots excessively, this condition is worth watching out for. Mucus that comes out along with your menstrual blood may also be a normal vaginal discharge, as long as it doesn't cause itching, burning, or an unpleasant odor.
Pain during menstruation is also mostly harmless. This pain can arise due to excessive uterine muscle contractions in the menstrual blood, which clamps the blood vessels so that the uterine cells lack oxygen. If this pain arises with extreme intensity, it can also occur due to an illness, such as endometriosis, myoma, pelvic inflammation, adenomyosis, and so on.
So that menstruation runs smoothly and the pain is reduced, here are our suggestions:
Compress the painful area during menstruation with warm water
Regularly also exercise every day, at least 30 minutes a session
Live a healthy diet, rich in antioxidants, limit instant food and preservatives
Do not smoke, or consume alcohol
Don't stress too much
If the complaint still does not improve, it would not hurt you to check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to be given the best treatment in accordance with the underlying cause huh ..
I hope this helps.