Late Menstruation Accompanied By Brown Spots After Sex?
Sorry, I want to consult about my pregnancy, last year I was pregnant if I’m not mistaken 2 and 3 months, at that time I did not check the doctor/check urine, but I am sure that I am pregnant. At that time my parents didn’t know because I was pregnant out of wedlock. At that time 3 months arrived “I felt like my period was bleeding a lot, I panicked but I also didn’t dare to go to the doctor, I was waiting for the bleeding to finish, I think “3 days is rich, when the bleeding comes out a lot and it looks like a clot”. “But I still didn’t go to the doctor. After that, I think it’s okay, I don’t have a curettage, right, after that my period doesn’t go smoothly, sometimes every 2 months, sometimes every 3 months, and after that 3 months, last year, my period, thank God, went smoothly , but it doesn’t work anymore. Then last December, I was married, when I had sex, it felt like there was menstrual blood but it was a bit brown “that’s right, but only a little in the morning, it was no longer there, so until now I haven’t had my period Again, this is what my uterus is like, is it clean yet. Please provide a solution.
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You need to know beforehand, pregnancy can only be determined through an objective examination, it can be through urine, blood, or ultrasound examinations. So, it cannot be determined solely based on "belief" alone.
The heavy, lumpy menstrual bleeding you've had before may be a miscarriage. In fact, this bleeding could be part of a regular period. Menstrual blood can come out more and clot because the blood clotting process that runs is more dominant. The trigger can be due to stress, fatigue, side effects of drugs, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, cervical cancer, and so on.
Bleeding after sexual intercourse and irregular menstrual cycles as you are currently experiencing may be related to one of the causes above.
If it is true that what you experienced previously was pregnancy and miscarriage, then not having a curettage can be dangerous if there is still tissue remaining in the uterus. This condition can trigger excessive bleeding, infection of the reproductive organs, and even the formation of scar tissue in the uterus.
However, all of the above possibilities can only be assessed through a direct physical examination by a doctor and also an ultrasound. So, it is not enough to just estimate based on your previous history of the condition. It's best if you consult a gynecologist directly to clarify the cause of the condition you are experiencing.
In the meantime, you should do a healthy lifestyle to help launch your period, namely by exercising regularly, eating lots of vegetables and fruits, controlling stress, and taking regular breaks.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah