Menopause Signs And Symptoms?
, I am a woman 46 years old this month after stopping 2 weeks of menstruation again, after 3 days of menstruation stopped my hips felt hot, and my menstruation was not too much blood dripping, is this a symptom of manopause or cervical cancer
Thank you for the question,
Menopause is the permanent cessation of menstruation. All women will experience this process. Women will experience menopause at the age of 45-54 years. The menopause phase is divided into 3:
The premenopausal phase is a period of 4-5 years before menopause which is characterized by an elongated, irregular menstrual cycle, the volume is sometimes found a lot, sometimes a little, a burning sensation "hot flush", heart palpitations, and pain during cupping, menopausal phase is characterized by vaginal dryness, night sweats, skin changes, difficulty sleeping, bone loss, emotional symptoms, anxiety, stress, depression, memory loss, irregular menstruation. the postmenopausal phase, which is the period after 3-5 years of menopause where menstruation does not occur at all. In the case of the mother, it is possible that the mother is experiencing premenopause or there are several other conditions that can cause menstrual cycle disorders such as:
obesity psychological stress use of both hormonal and intrauterine contraceptive disorders of the thyroid gland. Bleeding due to menopause is the same as cervical cancer bleeding where it occurs outside the menstrual cycle. Cervical cancer is abnormal cell growth in the cervix which indicates malignancy. Symptoms in cervical cancer are:
large amounts of discharge and smells of bleeding when associated with bleeding outside or between menstrual cycles. vaginal discharge that can be mixed with blood, pelvic pain when having sex. Risk factors for cervical cancer include:
having sexual intercourse under the age of 18 years having multiple partners having a risk of having many children smoking obesity Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that can be prevented by doing, among others:
Pap smear HPV DNA examination cervical cancer vaccination So, you are advised to consult a Gynecologist for the bleeding you are experiencing in order to get the exact cause.
Hopefully my explanation can answer the question.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono