Late Menstruation, Negative Testpack And There Are Unbroken Eggs And A Thickening Of The Uterine Wall?
Morning doctor, r n r nDok, I just had an incident where it was the 32nd day (menstrual period) but the menstruation had not yet arrived, the test was still negative and after an ultrasound he said it was because there were eggs that had not broken, even though the size already big enough about 28mm (meaning it’s ripe enough ??) and the thickness of the uterus has reached 11.5mm. r n r nWhat is it usually caused? And what will the long-term impact if women experience this often. R n r nPlease reply .. r n r nThank you
Ovulation is the release of a mature egg. The mature egg will then "burst" and then release into the fallopian tube and into the uterus. In order for pregnancy to occur, there must be a sperm cell that fertilizes this egg. The egg that has been released can last for 24 hours in the uterus.
Egg cells that are ripe but cannot burst are likely to fail ovulation / anovulation. Failure to ovulate can affect menstrual cycles to become irregular.
The rupture of eggs and failure of ovulation are influenced by reproductive hormones produced by the hypothalamus, pituitary gland and ovaries, namely the hormone GnRH (gonadotropin releasing hormone), FSH (follicle stimulating hormone), LH (luteinizing hormone), estrogen, and progesterone. If there is a disturbance in this hormonal, ovulation can also be disturbed.
Apart from being influenced by the work of these hormones, there are several other factors that also affect ovulation failure, including:
At the onset of puberty and nearing menopause Obesity and body being too thin Extreme exercise or heavy activity Eating disorders that cause the body to be malnourished Other medical diseases such as polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease Stress, depression, excessive anxiety, and other psychological problems The doctor who has examined You are the one who better understands the exact causes of ovulation failure at this time. Did you get medicine from a doctor? Management of this condition generally includes improvement of a healthy lifestyle, giving hormonal therapy to surgery if needed depending on the cause. If you have received the medicine, you should take the medicine as directed by your obstetrician and return to the obstetrician at the scheduled time.
Regarding the long-term impact, of course this is related to the cause of the failure of the egg to burst. One of the effects is the difficulty in determining the fertile period if you are going to undergo a pregnancy program. You don't need to worry first, an obstetrician can provide further treatment and a pregnancy program that is right for you later.
You should improve your lifestyle to be healthier as follows:
Get enough rest Sleep 7-8 hours at night Drink lots of water Try not to stay up late Consume healthy and nutritious foods Exercise 3-4x / week at least 30 minutes / session Try to make your body weight more ideal Manage stress wisely The following articles are related to the topic of the question You:
Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y