Late Menstruation And Continuous Burping?
Good evening .. I want to ask .. I have been married for almost 2 years but have not yet had children (maybe my husband and I haven’t had a fortune yet). R nWhat I want to ask is that since I got married I often have late menstruation for 2-3 months .. and I feel that lately if I am late for my period I burp continuously and the worst is when I want to sleep at night .. once in a month I almost stopped burping when I was sleeping. r nAnd now I am late for my period again 2 days before the date my period has started to burp at the same time when I want to sleep r nThat’s why … and what should I do. r nThank you … greetings
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Late menstruation, if it appears accompanied by continuous belching could indicate you are pregnant. This pregnancy occurs when an egg is fertilized by a sperm cell. The results of this fertilization will later be implanted in the uterine wall, so that the uterine wall will be prevented in such a way as to shed, this condition keeps you from having menstruation. Hormonal changes during pregnancy can also increase stomach acid production, which can lead to flatulence, nausea, vomiting, and excessive belching. However, if after the late menstruation you are still experiencing regular menstruation, then of course it means that you are not pregnant.
There are still many possibilities that can cause menstrual delays and frequent belching, not all of which are related to one another. Here are some possible causes:
Causes of late menstruation: physical or psychological stress, increased or decreased body weight, anorexia, bulimia, ovarian cysts, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, pituitary gland tumors Frequent causes of belching: excessive consumption of food or gas, gastritis, stomach ulcers, duodenal ulcers, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), obstructive ileus, pancreatitis, cholangitis, gastroenteritis, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, and so on. Some examinations, such as laboratory tests, X-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy, etc., may also be performed by doctors. If necessary, you may also be referred to a gynecologist or an internal medicine specialist for further treatment.
In the meantime, you can do the following:
Reduce consumption of foods and drinks that produce a lot of gas, for example soda, tea, coffee, cabbage, cabbage, tubers Eat more discipline, don't be late Don't eat too close to bedtime Drink lots of warm water Get active and exercise Do not take drugs carelessly Stay away cigarettes and alcohol Avoid prolonged stress Maintain ideal body weight Hope it helps ya ..