It’s Been 3 Months Late For Menstruation, But It’s Impossible To Get Pregnant, What Other Possibilities?
Good night … I am a 30-year-old housewife … I have had a uterine surgery at 26. My body weight is currently 65. My question has been 3 months. I haven’t come months. It won’t be possible because I have had a uterine surgery. That’s how it is. Did I get a serious illness ??? Thanks in advance😊
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The uterine lid surgery you are referring to may be a tubectomy.
Tubectomy is a procedure performed to bind or cut the fallopian tubes. This action can be done as an option for women who do not want to get pregnant again. Even so, it does not mean the potential for pregnancy and then not likely to occur 100%. Women who undergo tubectomy are still at risk of pregnancy, precisely ectopic pregnancy. This condition occurs when the fertilized fetus is not implanted in the uterus, often in the fallopian tube. Women who experience ectopic pregnancy at first will experience signs like women who are normal pregnant in general, including the absence of menstruation. It's just that, as a normal body response, before pregnancy gets bigger, women who are ectopic pregnant generally will begin to feel complaints, such as right or left abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, bleeding from the birth canal, can even lead to more dangerous conditions if do not get fast and proper handling. This may be the basis of your current complaint.
In addition to ectopic pregnancy, there are still many other conditions that can also cause women not to menstruate for months as you experience them, including drug side effects, obesity, drastic weight loss, unhealthy lifestyles, thyroid gland abnormalities, failure premature ovaries, psychological stress, and so on. Our advice, you check your complaint directly to a doctor or obstetrician so that it is clear, exactly what kind of conditions you are experiencing right now. Meanwhile, you can focus on always living a healthy lifestyle, including routine exercise, not excessive stress, getting enough sleep, don't smoke, stay away from alcohol, eat more fruits and vegetables, and always maintain your weight so you don't get too fat. With this effort, usually menstruation will slowly return to normal as before.
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